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Sheryl Allen 
Phys. Ed. 

Joseph Austin 
Math 

Carole Bailey 
Phys. Ed. 

Gary Banks 
Guidance 

William Becker 
Guidance 



Lisa Bell 
Science 

Karen Bergeron 
Phys. Ed. 

Irene Boisvert 
Foreign Lang. 

Ann-Marie Bonnano 
Special Education 

Patricia Borucki 
Business 



Paul Bourque 
Science 

Dean Brouder 
English 

Judith Cade 
Home Ec. 

Jean Carrier 
Math 

Joseph Caruso 
Foreign Lang. 



Marie Caruso 
Math 

David dayman 
Math-Head 

Patricia Conroy 
English 

Leo Constantineau 
Art 

Paul Constantineau 
Industrial Arts 



Joyce Contarino 
English 

Elaine Crane 
English 

John Crowder 
Industrial Arts 

William Cullen 
Guidance 

Paul Cuoco 
Industrial Arts 



Richard Czarnec 

Industrial Arts 

Head 

Adele Demers 
Guidance 

Claire Derby 
Foreign Language 

Alfred DeStefano 
Social Studies 

Doreen Devine 
Math 



Mary Dinan 
English 

Jacqueline Dirsa 
Math 

Daniel Dodson 
Social Studies 

William Donlon 
Social Studies 

Kathleen Doran 
Business 



Carol Dufresne 
Foreign Language 

Sharon Durham 
Art 

Anne Eckman 
Math 

Paul Farentini 
Social Studies 

Barbara Fiorello 
Art Director 



Joseph Forseze 
Science 

Kathleen Fox 
Science 

Robert Fradette 
Math Head 

Albert Francis 
English 

Roger Fuller 
Science 



Rev. Gerald Gagne 

Foreign Language 

Head 

Mildred Gammons 
Foreign Language 

Shaun Gurry 
English 

Denise Benner-Hall 
Home Ec. 

Douglas Halbauer 
English 







Philip F. and Lorraine R. Laverriere 








John Heggarty 
Math 

Daniel Herlihy 
English 

Lillian Hershfield 
English-Head 

Judith Hiller 
Math 

Sandra Hodge 
Math 



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Guidance — Head 

Shirley Hovonasian 
Performing Arts 

Michael Hughes 
Social Studies 

David Isadore 
Performing Arts 

Thomas Jennings 
English 



Alfred Jones 
English 

Kasper Kasparian 
Guidance 

Edward Kelley 
Ind. Arts 

Mildred Kern 
Home Ec. — Head 

Elaine Kevgas 
English 



Larry Klimas 
Phys. Ed. 

Rhonda Krasa 
Resource Room 

Anne Marie Krusell 
English 

Ruth Lange 
Business 

Milton Lebowitz 
Social Studies 



Joan L'ltalien 
Media Center 

Leonie Longshore 
English 

Patricia Lyons 
Media Center 

Debra Martino 
Math 

Elaine Lostimolo 
Foreign Lang. 



Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rickley and Carol. 



Peter Mazaglia 
Science 

James McDermott 
Phys. Ed. 

Susan McGrath 
Math 

Janet McLennan 
Guidance 

Andrew Melnicki 
English 



Marion Minihan 
Office 

Francis Molesso 
Phys. Ed. 

Robin Moody 
Social Studies 

John Moore 
Science 

Daniel Moynihan 
Science 



John Nigrelli 
Social Studies 

Susan Nitto 
Business 

Paul Noiseux 
Science 

Kenneth Palm 
Social Studies 

Judy Paradis 
Special Ed. 



Ed Parolisi 
Social Studies 

Bruce Pellitier 
Math 

Patricia Pelletier 
Media Center 

Raymond Pilat 
Distributive Ed. 

Katherine Quick 
Guidance 



Mary Ellen Rancourt 
Home Ec. 

Gerry Rigby 
Social Studies 

John Rimas 
Social Studies 

Joseph Robillard 
Phys. Ed. 

Robert Rosmarino 
Social Studies 




Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Reitano. 







Gail Rousseau 
English 

William Russell 
Science Head 

Peter Salemi 
Science 

Larry Salmansohn 
Social Studies 




Anthony Sanderson 
Guidance 

James Shamberger 
Graphic Arts 

Arthur Sharkey 
Media Center 

Betty Shaw 
Media Center 

John Sieg 
Math 







Patricia Small 
Performing Arts 

Donald Smith 
Social Studies 

Elizabeth Smith 
Social Studies 

Jennifer Smith 
English 




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Bull and Val Morin 



Michael Sorter 
Phy. Ed. 

Margaret Steel 
Business 

Claire St. Pierre 
Business 

Linda Strozza 
Special Ed. 

Aileen Swider 
Home Ec. 






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Math 

Brian Urquhart 
Health Ed. 

Mary Viscosi 
Nurse 

Kathleen VanHorn 
Foreign Language 




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Business 

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Foreign Language 




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Math 

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Special Ed. 

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Science 






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Donald Timony 
Principal 



Arthur Nicholson III 
Assistant Principal 




Carl Stasio 
Assistant Principal 



Sheila Cunningham 
Dean of Women 



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Charlotte Abdallah 
"Charlie" 

Ambition — To be Happy 
Activities — Senior Class Play Committee, 
Treasurer, Latin Club, Powder Puff Football, 
Home Room Rep., Spanish Club. 



Lori Agnew 

Ambition — To Travel around the world. 



Sharon Akimchuk 

Ambition — To live in the mountains, and be 
happy with Danny. 



James Amore 

Activities — Gymnastics & Partying. 




Louis Amore 



Pam Annaloro 





William Annaloro 



Vito Ansaldi 
"Pud" 

Ambition — To be Rich. 



Laurie Ardizzone Vincent Joseph Ardizzone 

Ambition — To be successful in anything I do "Vinnie 

and to live life to it's fullest. Ambition — Become a successful lawyer. 

Activities — Varsity Cross -Country, Varsity 

Track, Baseball. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bitler 



Robert B. Gagnon 



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Robert Arsenault 
"Bob" 

Ambition — To go to College and be successful. 
Activities — Winter Track. 



Roy Arsenault 

Ambition — To succeed in my career as an 
engineer and to keep running. 
Activities — Cross-Country , Track, Honor 
Society. 



Linda Marie Ataide 

Ambition — May my dreams of the past come 
true in the future. I would like to become a 
nursery school teacher. 



Don Auger 

- To graduate. 





Lesley A. Austin 

Activities — Gymnastics, Tennis, Volleyball, 
Winter & Spring Track Tri-Captain, Yearbook 
Staff, Powder Puff Football. 



Susan M. Ayotte 
"Sue" 

Ambition — To be happy and successful in the 
field of elementary teaching. 
Activities — Student Senate Treasurer, Drama 
Club, Student Advisory Council, Track, Powder 
Puff Football, Ring Committee. 




Yvonne Azevedo 

- To live my life to its fullest. 



Ambition - 
Activities - 



Denise Baollargeon 
"Bootsie" 

To become a go-go girl 
Italian Club, Drama Club 



Lisa Baillargeon 

- To meet the Rolling Stones. 



George A. Baker 

Ambition — To work outdoors as a Park or Forest 

Ranger. 

Activities — Football 



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Mr. & Mrs. Stephan A. DeFillipo 



Earl A. Baker 




Roberta Baker 
"Bobbie" 

Ambition — To travel around the world 
Activities — Cross-Country — Co-captain, 
Winter & Spring Track, Yearbook Staff. 



Al Barbagallo 
"Big Al" 

Ambition — To continue school or open a 
business. 



Carol Ann Barbin Glenn Barbin 

"Carol" Ambition — To go to college and live life to its 

Ambition — To lead a happy and successful life. fullest, and be very successful in life. 
Activities — Pep Club, Dance Club. 




Steve Barbin 



Deborah J. Bard well 
"Debbie" 

Ambition — To become a successful executive 

secretary and to live happily. 

Activities — Usherette — Senior Class Play. 



Tom Barry 

Ambition — To go into the printing field. 
Activities — Sports, motorcycle riding. 



Karen M. Battaglia 

Ambition — To go into the field of Pediatric 

Dentistry. 

Activities — Spanish Club, Pep Club, Senior 

Class Play Committee. 




Gary Beaulac 
"Sqeeky" 

Ambition — To be lucky in life and have a good Ambition — To become a D.V.M. 
family Activities — Ski Team, Tennis Team, Beach Day 

Club. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Keyes 



'It must have been Cavour" 




Debbie Becotte 



Glenn Bell 



Jacqueline A. Bentley 
Jackie — "J" 

Ambition — A soaring ambition, A free heart 
Activities — Student Congress, S.A.C., 
Co-captain Varsity Swim Team, Yearbook, 
National Honor Society, French Club. 



Christine Bergeron 
Chris 

Ambition — To go to college 

Activities — Gymnastics Team Co-Captain 




Lisa Berube 
Lee 

Ambition — To be happy and content and most 

of all be successful in life. 

Activities — Field Hockey, Marching Band. 



Kevin Bibeau 

Ambition — To become a Metals teacher 



Barry Bilapka 

Ambition — To become a Meteorologist. 
Activities — Spring and Winter track for three 
years. 



Carolyn Martha Anthony Bistany 
Poodle 

Ambition — "To have a career which proves 
successful." To also be happily married and bring 
up a healthy family. 

Activities — Part-time job, Drama Club, Oil 
Painting, Piano Lessons. 





Kathleen M. Bitler 
Kathy — "Bit" 

Ambition — To lead a successful and happy life 
working with people, and to someday own a 
beach house. 

Activities — Volleyball. Tennis, Basketball, 
Homeroom Representative, Yearbook Staff, 
Human Relations Group. 



Donna M. Blain 

Ambition — To be a child psychologist and 
drama coach. 

Activities — Sailing, Softball, Cape, Melody Tent, 
Drama, Summertime, Chorus, Senior Class Play, 
Beach, Skating. 



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'It must have been cavour" 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morel 




Cynthia M. Blondin Tom Bobola 

"Cindy" Ambition — To own my own body shop. 

Ambition — To be successful in what ever I do. 
To always stay healthy. 
Activities — Winter and Spring Track 



Marie E. Bohne Donna Marie Bonanno 

Ambition — To stay healthy and to continue my "Bananna" 

education Ambition — To be a successful business women. 

Activities — Flag Corp Activities — Itlian Club. Vice President 




Kathleen Bradley 
"Kathy" 

Ambition — To succeed in life and be happy. 
Activities — Winter and Spring Track Cross 
Country 



Kevin Bradley Donald Brandin Dawn Breton 

Ambition — Go on to college and take life as it Ambition — to go to college and be successful. Ambition — To further my education to the best 

comes. Activities — Captain of Gymnastics, Hockey, of my ability 

Activities — Football, Co-Capt. Basketball, Spring Track 
Baseball, Track, Home room Rep. 



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The Lemoine Family 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Latulippe 




Kathleen T. Brien 
"Kathy" 

Ambition — To always keep in touch with my 
close friends and to always have future goals and 
ambitions to strive for. 

Activities — Swimming, Volleyball, Winter & 
Spring Track, Drama Club, Senior Class Play — 
Usherette, Human Relations Group. 



Diane E. Brooks 

Ambition — To be successful in the medical 
research field. 

Activities — Ass't Editor of "Ranger Spirit", 
Honor Society, Varsity Ski Team, French Club 



Sean K. Brouder 
"A.J. Foyt" 



Ambition — To be the worlds greatest mechanic whatever I do. 



Linda Brown 

Ambition — To be happy and successful in 



and to be with Pam. 

Activities — Smoke runs in the school parking lot 



Activities — Honor Society, Yearbook, Ski Team, 
French Club 









Sara Brown Sue Brown 

"Flap-n-Yap" "Space" 

Ambition — To be successful and live a happy Ambition — To marry Mike and stay happy, 
and healthy life. 




William H. Brown Stephan Bruce Patricia A. Buckland 

"Brownie" "Steve" "Pat" 

Ambition — To become successful in whatever I Ambition — To become a successful professional Ambition — To have a good time in life and 
do in life. Drag Racer and Mechanic. always be happy. 

Activities — Weightlifting, Fishing, Motorcycling Activities — Chorus President Activities — Marching Band, Track, Field 

Hockey, Pep Club, Chorus 



Dorothy M. Budrevich 
"Dot" 

Ambition — To become a Kindergarten teacher. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Ganim 



Mr. & Mrs. John Teutonico 




Dan Budzinski 
"Spud" 

Ambition — Race at New England Dragway. 
Activities — Work on cars, hang around with my 
friends, and listen to Ted Nugent 



Michael G. Buote 
"Pigmy" 

Ambition — To go on to college, be successful, 
and to keep lifting. 

Activities — Baseball 1, Cross Country 2,3, 
Winter Track 2. 



Lisa A. Burgess 
"Lee" 

Ambition — To live a long and happy life. 
Activities — Honor Society, Newspaper Staff, 
Academic Internship, Outing Club, Foreign 
Language Club. 



Linda Bums 




Paul R. Burokas 

Ambition — To be successful in life and be rich. 
Activities — Skiing, Weightlifting 



Glenn Burton 
"Guh Buddy" 

Ambition — To become a successful Structural 

welder 

Activities — Woodshop, Metalshop, School Store 



Donna M. Busta 

To have a successful life and to be 



Ambition 

happy. 

Activities — Work Study. Tennis 



Brenda L. Buyck 
"Oscar" 

Ambition — To become a Social Worker 
Activities — Photography, Macreme 




Brian Campiola 

Ambition — To become a pharmacist 
Activities — Spanish Club 1,2, Honor Society 2,3, 
House of Reps 1 



Marie Campone 

Ambition — To be a model and happy in 
whatever I want to do. 
Activities — Partying, Skipping 



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Mr. & Mrs. William J. Gebo and family 




"Buy 1 get 10 free. 




Dave Carabello 

Ambition — To be a Master Mechanic and 

Rockstar 

Activities — Master in the foundry room in 

metals 



Cathy Caraccio 

Ambition — To go across country. 
Activities — Volleyball, Softball 



Paul R. Carver 

Ambition — To become a successful business 



man 
Activities - 



Football 3 yrs., Basketball 2 yrs. 



Steven D. Castle 
"Steve" 

Ambition — To become a Sports Writer or Editor. 
Activities — Sports Editor for Ranger Spirit, 
Cross Country 3, M.P.A. 




Ambition - 
Activities - 
M.P.A. 



Todd D. Catteau 

- To be a Preacher 
Honor Society, Baseball, Football, 



Joanna Marie Cavallaro 
"Jo" 

Ambition — To be successful in school and 
whatever I might pursue. 
Activities — Honor Society, Copy Editor for 
Ranger Spirit, French Club, Drama Club 



Laura J. Cavallaro 

Ambition — To major in Photo Journalism and 
lead a successful life. 
Activities — Newspaper Staff 



Bob John Cavaretta 
"ITALIAN STALLIAN" 

Ambition — To conquer the universe with my 
body and always be bigger than Mike Farelli. 
Activities — Football, Capt. Wrestling, Winter 
and Spring Track, Senior Class Play, 
Weightlifting 





Janet P. Cebula 

Ambition — To strive for everyday happiness 
and become an executive secretary. 




Robert Chapman 
"Chappy" 

Ambition — To be happy and lead a successful 

life. 

Activities — Soccer 4 yrs., Hockey 1 yr. 



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"Billy — You're suppose to wear something underneath' 



Mr. & Mrs. Donald Primrose 




Andrea Beth Chatis 
"Andi (Beeb)" 

Ambition — To always have fun, to succeed in 
everything I do, and to keep on smiling. 
Activities — Tennis 1,2,3,4, Homeroom Rep. 
1,2,3,4, Cross-country 2 yrs., Skiing, Indoor 
Track, Human Relations Croup, Powder Puff 
Football. 



Christopher Childs 

Ambition — To be successful in the future. 
Activities — Captain Soccer Team, Lead in the 
Senior Class Play, Basketball, Tennis, Track, 
Gymnastics. 



Beth Childs 

Ambition — To find love, success and happiness 
in whatever I do. 

Activities — Field Hockey 1,2,3,4, Basketball 
1,2,3,4, Softball 1,2,3, Student congress. 



Irene L. Chontoian 
"Weeza" 

Ambition — undecided 




James Ciardello Scott Eric Collier 

"Jim" Ambition — To be successful in my work. 

Ambition — To be successful in college and go to Activities — Band 
Law School. 
Activities — Varsity Tennis Team 2 yrs. 





Kathleen A. Collins 
"Kath" 



Scott P. Consoli 

Ambition — To be healthy, wealthy, and wise. 
Activities — Soccer, Ski Team, Senior Class Play. 



Ann-Maria Contarino 

Ambition — To become a successful Research 

Chemist. 

Activities — Student Senate Pres., Honor society 

Pres., Student Advisory Council, French Club 

Vice-President. 



Brenda J. Contarino 

"Mario" 

Ambition — To be successful in life and to always 

remember the good times I had this year. Good 

luck Andrea, Kim, Scott, Tim, Wayne, and Snelly 

(my big brother) 

Activities — Outdoor Track. Gymnastic Team 

Captain. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Kater 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert Maurais 



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Theresa A. Converse 
"Tre" 

Ambition — To become a pilot. 
Activities — Chorus 



Fred A. Corey Lois T. Cormier David M. Corso 

Ambition — To become a successful Engineer. Ambition — To get a good position in an office as "Dave" 

a secretary. Ambition — To be a car salesman. 

Activities — Distributive Ed. 




Catherine Curtis 
"Butten" 

Ambition — To be with Pirn 
Activities — Art 



Greg Daigle 
"Daig's" 

Ambition — To raise a family, have plenty of 
kids, own a ranch, and live a happy life. 
Activities — Gymnastics, Hockey, Horseback 
Riding 



Regina M. Danahy 
"Reg" 

Ambition — To be successful and happy. 



Cathleen M. Davey 

"Cathy" 
Ambition — To go back to Calif. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Reich 



Mr. & Mrs. Peter Picone 




Kevin DeChane 

Activities — Varsity Cross-Country, Winter Track 
and Spring Track. 



Pamela J. DeFillippo 
"Pumpernickle" 

Ambition — To become very successful so that I 
can live in Beverly Hills, California, and I would 
also like to grow at least 6 inches. 
Activities — Co-captain Varsity Tennis Team, 
Co-captain Varsity Ski Team, Winter Track, 
Yearbook Staff, Homeroom Rep., Powder Puff 
Football, Spanish Club, Senior Class Play — 
Usherette. 



Debbie Dejonker 

Ambition — To enter politics in Washington, 

D.C. 

Activities — Editor of "Ranger Spirit", Historian 

of the National Honor Society, French Club, 

Drama Club. 



Ambition ■ 



Janet Deloge 

■ To travel and be successful. 




Lisa A. Demarkis 
"Lis" 

Ambition — To be happy in whatever career I 

persue. 

Activities — Homeroom Rep., Ice Club 



Wayne Demers 

Ambition — To become a famous Marine 

Biologist 

Activities — Soccer, Wrestling, Scuba Diving 



J. Scott DeMonaco 
"Sirrah" 

Ambition — To be rich 

Activities — Ranger Spirit Art Editor, Spanish 

Club, Drama Club 



Lisa DeMonaco 

Ambition — To live life to its fullest 
Activities — Powder Puff football, Human 
Relations group 




Dave Deneu 
"Dag" 

Ambition — Get out of this one way street of a 
town to play some heavy metal with friends. 
Activities — Football, Track 



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Robert Dennis 
"Killer" 

Ambition — To be a successful engineer and run 

marathons 

Activities — Cross Country, Long distance 

running 




Good Luck in the Future — Class of '79 Ed, Ginny, Cindy, and Steve Barbin 



Mr. Whitting!! 




Pamela Marie DeBurro 
"Pam" 

Ambition — To be the best I can in whatever 
career I choose to do. I'd also like to travel and 
write about places I've never seen 
Activities — Student Sec. to Dean of Girls, 
Newspaper, Spanish Club, Dance Club 



Sam DeSantis 
"Speed" 

Ambition — To be successful in the field of 

Graphic Arts. 

Activities — Distributive Ed., Bass guitarist 



Michelle Deschamps 



Denise Deschene 
"Dee" 

Ambition — To be happy and successful as a 
hairdresser. 




Robert W. Desjardins 
"Bob" 



Activities — M.P.A. 



Leslie Ann Despres 
"Imp" "Bunny" 

Ambition — To own a boutique in Paris and to 
become enormously wealthy. 
Activities — Honor Society, Spanish Honor 
Society, Spanish Club, Homeroom Rep., 
Academic Internship, Pep Club 



Maureen Desrochers 
"Bitch" 

Ambition — To live a successful life. 



Alan W. Dewhirst 
"Dewy" 

Ambition — To leave M.H.S. 

Activities — Hockey, Soccer, Work Study 





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Darlene M. D'Hondt 
"J.D." 

Ambition — To be happy and Uvea fulfilling life. 
Activities — Pep Club, Spanish Club, Outing 
Club 



John DiBerardinis 
"Frampton" 

Ambition — To own my own business and a big 
house with a big yard in Las Vagas. 
Activities — Varsity track, Soccer, Computer 
Club 



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Vouge, here I come! 



Good Luck Seniors; Shaun & Mary Regan & Family 




Lisa Ann Didio 



Laura DiFrancesco 
"Paurel" 

Ambition — To keep smiling. 
Activities — Yearbook editor, spring track, 
powderpuff football, senior class play, (Yuck), 
Homeroom Rep. 



Lisa K. Dole 
"Pineapple" 

Ambition — To live, love and accept others for 

themselves 

Activities — Drama club. Senior class play 

(Keexie Lisp) 



Mary Dollar 
"Mer" 



Ambition — To become a dental assistant or 
medical assistant, and raise horses. 




Christine A. Donigian 
"Chris" 

Ambition — To reach out to everyone around me 
and just have a ball! 

Activities — Yearbook, Jazz, concert, marching 
bands, National Honor Society, Spanish club, 
Chinese Graffiti with Sue and Margaret, 
Homeroom Rep. 



Marie D. Dubois 

Ambition — To find someone who will make me 

happy. 

Activities — Spanish Honor Society, Spanish 

Club, Pep Club. 




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Activities - 



Michael J. Duffy 
"Duf" 

- To ski the Alps. 
Ski Team 



Bernard Dunn 



Cheryl Durling 



Rebecca Ann D'Urso 
"Beck" 

Ambition — To make the biggest success of out of 
my life that I possibly can. 
Activities — Iceskating Club, Newspaper Staff, 
Powderpuff Football, Pep Club, Human Relations 
Group, Drama Club. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Towler 



Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Lumb 






John Dzioba 


Debbie Egan 




"Jay" 


Ambition — To travel and do my best to get 


bition 


— To get the most out of life as I can. 


ahead in life. 


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— Baseball 4 yrs. 


Activities — Swimming, Crafts, Partying 



Diane Egan 
"Beegan" 

Ambition — To have a happy life and to stay 

stoned. 

Activities — Partying 



Diane Egnet 





Jodie Evans 

Ambitions — To get through college and be 

successful. 

Activities — Majorette, National Honor Society, 

Spanish Honor Society, Spanish Club 



Terri-Ann Fair 
"Tear" 

Ambitions — To have an excellent life and stay 
out of L. Wongs. 

Activities — Work Study, Skating Club, 
Detention Club 




Michael A. Farelli 
"Rock" 

Ambition — To conquer the world with my body 
and always be stronger than Cav. 
Activities — Football, Baseball, winter and spring 
track, weightlifting 



Pat Farley 

Ambition — To be happy and succeed in my 

future plans. 

Activities — Concert Band, Marching Band, Pep 

Club, French Club, Powder Puff. Senior Class 

Play 



Alan Farco 
"Al" 

Ambition — To be a policeman 
Activities — Weightlifting, Girlwatchmg 



George Farrell 

Ambition — To be successful in Ihe field of 

music 

Activities — Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz 

Band, Drum Corps. 



Mr. & Mrs. Frank Kendall 



Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Mansor 



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Philip R. Fascione 
"Phil" 


Debra Faucher 
"Deb" 


Ambition — To be successful in college, to lower 
drinking age back to 18. 
Activities — Meat Room, Tennis (2 years) 
Member of N.B.A. 





Mary Lou Ferrara 
"Lou" 



Marcia Ferris 




Linda Filocamo 

Ambition — To be an accountant and to lead a 
happy life. 

Activities — Varsity Tennis Team, Varsity Ski 
Team, Work Study 



Joseph Finocchiaro 
"Fino" 

Ambition — To go to college and persue my 

goals. 

Activities — Football, Spring Track, Winter 

Track, Computer Club. 



Tim Flatt 



James Fleming 
"Jim" 
Ambition — To be happy. 

Activities — Football, Hockey, Track, Wrestling, 
and Swimming 



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Joseph T. Flockerzi 
"Joe" 

Ambition — To live a long life 



James Warner Fones 
"J.W." 

Ambition — To beat my wife, molest my 
children, and be a totally complete failure, 
(disappointing everyone) 

Activities — Cross Country, Winter and Spring 
Track, Honor Society, Computor Club, 
Basketball, doing obscene things to lunch room 
food, not working! 



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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. D'Hondt 



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Anne Marie Forcier 

Activities — Powderpuff Football, Ski Team, 
Track, Human Relations Group. 



Mike Ford 
"Fordy" 

Ambition — Varsity Football, Hockey, Baseball, 
Homeroom Rep. 



Linda J. Fortin 

Ambition — To stay healthy and live happily. 



Lori Ann Fortin 
"Blondie" 

Ambition — To get married and have children, 
and to continue into the nursing career. 




Cheryl Foster 

Ambition — To take life one day at a time. 
Activities — Workstudy 



Colleen Fowler 

Ambition — To live day by day. 



Ambition ■ 
Activities - 



Jimmy Fraas 

- To get married. 
• Girls 



Anthony Franciosa 
"Tony" 

Ambition — To live a long, happy, and successful 

life. 

Activities — Captain of Gymnastik team, 

Football, Track 




Jo-Ann Frasca 

Ambition — To be successful and happy in my 

lifetime. 

Activities — Volleyball, Spring Track, Ice Skating 

Club, Homeroom Rep. 



Deborah Fredrick 
"Debbie" 

Ambition — To get married and make the best of 

my life. 

Activities — Dancing and having a good time. 



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I'm Innocent!! 



Maurice and Constance Pennisi 




Ambition - 



Charlie Gagne 

- To graduate from college. 



Lisa Gagne 

Ambition — To go to college and major in 
psychology and be successful in that field. 
Activities — Swim Team, Winter Track 



David A. Gagnon 
Dave 

Ambition — To become a commercial airline pilot 
and see the world. 

Activities — National Honor Society, Student 
Senate, Spanish Honor Society, "Ranger Spirit" 
Newspaper staff, Spanish Club. 



Eleanor Gagnon 
EUie 

Ambition — To be a C.P.A. and aJways be happy 
Activities — Spanish Club — 2 years. 




Gary J. Gagnon 

Ambition — To take my "Jet" across the country 
Activities — Captain Varsity Soccer, Varsity 
Baseball, Basketball, Yearbook, Honor Society, 
Lighting — Senior Class Play. 



Ambition — To go into broadcasting 




Donald Gallagher 



Mary Beth Gallagher 

Ambition — To be an executive secretary and 
lead a happy and fulfilled life. 



Donna M. Gallant 
Dawn 

Ambition — To become an executive secretary 
and to see everyone at our fifth reunion. 
Activities — Work Study. Partying, Skiing, 
Camping. 



Doreen Marie Gartim 

Ambition — To pursue a career in speech 

pathology. 

Activities — Spanish Club, Spanish Honor 

Society, Pep Club (Secretary). Newspaper Staff. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Angelo J. Sergi 



Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gagnon 



^^H 




Theodore J. Garside 

Ambition — To be an Architectual Engineer 



Laura Garson 



Shawn Gaumond 



Cindy Gauvin 




Linda J. Gerardi 

Ambition — "To live each day to the fullest and 
accomplish my goals." 

Activities — Marching Band, Ski Team, French 
Club, Concert Band, Class Play Usherette 



Alan Germain 



Albert Getchell 
"Bert" 

Ambition — To have a good time, lots of money, 
and get married to my future wife Lisa Augeri. 
Activities — Football, working on cars, working 
out, and beating people up. 



Pantelis Giannousis 
"Peter the Greek" 

Ambition — To become a successful and rich 

engineer. 

Activities — Computor Club, International Club, 

Soccer 



Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zilinsky 



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Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McCarthy 




Mark Robert Gilbert 

Ambition — "Deeds not Words" 
Activities — Winter and Spring Track, Cross 
Country, Finals Committee, Powder Puff 
Cheerleader, Senior Class President, Computor 
Club, Human Relations Development Program, 
Representative to Lion's Club 



Nina M. Giles 

Ambition — To be rich and happy and successful 

in modeling. 

Activities — Detention Club, Suspension Club, 

Basketball 



Robert V. Gillis III 
"Bob" 

Ambition — To get into my own business. 



Michael Giordano 
"Gio" 

Ambition — Mechanic in everything and 

succeeding in life. 

Activities — Helping out and Working out 






Carol Godin 




Kelley Gollan 
"Kel" 




Ambition - 


— To travel all over the world. 




Ambition 


Activities - 


- Pep Club, Marching Band, Concert 


Ambition 


— To be happy and dance, and to get a 


Activities 


Band 






fake I.D. 





Lisa Marie Gosselin 

Ambition — To travel and get married. 
Pep Club, Ice Skating Club 



Bob Griffin 
"Lard", "Snake", "Griff" 

Ambition — To open Griff's Cellar or Griff's bar 

and Grelle. 

Activities — Baseball, Graphic Arts 




Susan Elizabeth Grondine 
"Sue", "Gucci" 

Ambition — To become successful and 
prominent lawyer and to be rich, happy and 
content in my life. 

Activities — National Honor Society, 
Cheerleading, Newspaper Staff, Gymnastics, 
Powder Puff Football, Senior Class Play 
"Frenchie", Spanish Club, Outing Club, 
Methuen Arts Council, Spanish Honor Society, 
Spring Track 



Timothy Guillette 
Tim 

Ambition — Go across country on a Harley Hog. 




Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Desjardins 



Lisa move! I was working this comer! 




Anne Guilmette 
"Annie" 

Ambition — To establish myself in a successful 

career and become independent so I can travel, to 

continue dancing and to marry a gorgeous ballet 

dancer. 

Activities — National Honor Society, Varsity 

Gymnastics, Powder Puff Football, Spring Track, 

French Club, Dance Company, Senior Class Play. 



Lisa Guimond 



Cindy Hagopian 



Steve Hailson 

Ambition — To be an airplane mechanic and 

move to Colorado. 

Activities — Soccer, Gymnastics, Tennis 




Brenda L. Hajjar 

Ambition — To be happy and successful in life. 
Activities — Majorettes, Art Club, Homeroom 
Rep. 



Ralph H. Hall Jr. 
"Lurch" 

Ambition — To successfully become an engineer 

and achieve wealth. 

Activities — Band, Computor Club, Track 



Maureen Halloran 

Ambition — To pursue a career in law. 
Activities — Tri-Captain Winter and Spring 
Track, Vera-Wizard Woman Class Play, Junior 
Class President, Sophomore Secretary, 
Gymnastic Team, Cheerleader, Ring Committee, 
Spanish Club. 



Pamela Jane Halloran 

Ambition — To stay healthy and live happily. 
Activities — Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Track, 
President Art Club, Independent art student. 





William C. Haney 
"Buddy" 



Colleen M. Harrison 
"Col" 



Ambition — To be a successful pro hockey player. Ambition — To be happy and successful in 
Activities — Hockey (assistant captain). Soccer whatever I do. 

(captain) Italian Club 



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I don't understand?? 



Rochell and Mae Wheeler 




Valerie Hayes 
Val 

Ambition — To go with Tim across country 



Deirdre Hegarty 
"De" 

Hairdresser — Cosmetologist 



Ellen Hermans 



Jim Hermans 
"Herms" 

Ambition — To go to college and finish all four 
years and to get an excellent job, and to live good 
Activities — Football, Usher at Class Play, Track 
Baseball, Pumping Iron 




Evelyn L. Hildebrandt 
"Evie" 

Ambition — To find peace and happiness in 

whatever I do. 

Activities — Winter and Spring Track, Honor 

Society 



Chuck Hillard 
"Rat" 

Ambition — To be successful. 

Activities — Track and Football, Dance Club, 

Homeroom Rep. 





Wayne Holden 



Daniel J. Holmes 

Ambition — Travel, make money, become 
expenting ballistics 

Activities — Water skiing. Hiking, Camping, 
Boating, Hunting 



Margaret A. Hovanasion 

Ambition — To find a pot of gold at the end of my 

rainbow. 

Activities — National Honor Society, Senior 

Class Treasurer, Yearbook Staff, Student Senate, 

Spanish Club and Honor Society. 



Keith Hurrell 
"Speedy" 

Ambition — To become an aviation machinist 
and work for a major airline. 
Activities — Tennis. Track 



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Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gerardi 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tine 




Mary Iannalfo 

Ambition — To become a hairdresser, to have 
money and travel. 



Marie L'ltalien 
"Split Ends" 

Ambition — To work with children and help 
them in the best way I can. 

Activities — Chorus, (Vice President and piano). 
Jazz Band, French Club, Softball, Library 



Kimberly Jackson 
Kim 

Ambition — To be a successful executive 

secretary. 

Activities — Varsity Cheerleader (Co-Captain) 

Homeroom Representative 



Paul William Jacobucci 
"Booch" 

Ambition — To succeed in the computor Tech. 
and engineering field on my own. 
Activities — Marching Band, Concert Band, Stage 
Band, Local 880 Hospital Worker 





Dave Jaworski 

"Ace" 

Ambition — To go to college and have a good 

time. 

Activities — Band, Honor Society, Senior Class 

Play, Basketball, Baseball 



De-Anna Jessie 
De De 

Ambition — To get married to Jim and be as 
happy as I am now. 




Deborah Kalil 
Debbie 

Ambition — To get married to Rick and be very 
happy and have a family. 



Kristine Kane 



Susan Kane 
"Swan" 

Ambition — To get my own car and have a good 

time forever with the gang. 

Activities — Spanish Club, Art Club, Pep Club 



David Kazanjian 
"Kazoo" 

Ambition — To have no regrets in the future as I 
look upon my past. If you can imagine it . . .You 
can achieve. If you can dream it , . . You can 
become it. 

Activities — Captain Cross Country, Co-Captain 
Indoor Track and Outdoor Track. 



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Congratulations to the class of "79"! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Dunn 



Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Parolisi 




Michael Zidan Keamy 
"Migual" 

Ambition — To be an actor and give alot of 

myself. 

Activities — Senior Class Play — "Star Raider", 

Newspaper Staff, One- Act Plays, Drama Club. 



Mitchell Deeb Keamy Jr. 
"Flatfooted" 

Ambition — To control my own business and 

succeed as an engineer. 

Activities — Concert, Marching, and Jazz Band, 

Computor Club, Meat Room Personal, Honor 

Society. 



Pamela J. Kelley Donna J. Kendall 

"Sage" "D." 

Ambition — To be happy and successful. "If I Ambition — To hope for the future, all that I can 

can't do great big things, let me do small things be and not what I am. 

greatly" Activities — Cross-Country Capt.. Track Capt. 
Activities — Swim Team, Outing Club. 




Teresa Kenney 
"Terri" 

Ambition — To become a successful social 
worker, and live happily with luxury. 
Activities — Tennis Team, Spanish Club, Track, 
Beach Day Club. 



Hope Ann Kenyon 

Ambition — To be a professional model and to 

travel. 

Activities — Dancing and modeling. 



Kelly E. Kenyon 
"Kel" 

Ambition — To always keep a smile on my face. 
Activities — Gymnastics Team. Track, Methuen 
Arts Council. 



Brian Jacob Kerman 

Ambition — To become a dentist 

Activities — Honor Society Vice Pres., Spanish 

Honor Society. Student Senate Vice- Pres., Drama 

Club 




Patricia K. Keyes 
"Patti" 

Ambition — To live a long happy life with Steve. 
Activities — Yearbook Staff, Ski Team, 
Homeroom Rep., Track, Art Club. 



Lisa L. Khentigan 
"Lee" 

Ambition — To be a successful singer. 



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The Austin Family 



"Yearbook, Kathy"?? 




Judy King 



Christine Kinney 

Ambition — To try to add happiness to every life 

I touch. Ambition ■ 

Activities — Senior Class Play, Yearbook Staff, Activities - 

Drama Club, Foreign Language Club. playing. 



William C. Kisiel 
"Bill" 

- To be successful in life. 

- Bowling, Weightlifting, Drum 



Paula M. Koralishn 

Ambition — To be a success in the retail 

business, and to own shop. 

Activities — Spanish Club, Cheerleading 

Co-Capt., Yearbook Staff, Usherette Senior Class 

Play. 




Kathleen Korzeb 
"Kathy" 

Ambition — To be happy in life. 

Activities — Field Hockey, Track, Newspaper 

Staff, Outing Club. 



Elain M. Kuchar 
"Kuch" 

Ambition — To succeed in my work and find 
peace and happiness in the world. 
Activities — Honor Society, Academic 
Internship. 



Louise Labrecque 



Kim Lacroix 




Sandra Lahey 
"Sandy" 

Ambition — To be successful in life as a nurse. 
Activities — Basketball Team, Softball Team, 
Honor Society, Powder-Puff Football, Rifles, 
French Club. 



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Did you hear the one about the lady driver? 



Scannells Dairy 




Alan Lambert 

Ambition — To be successful 
Activities — Football, Wrestling 



Christine Lamontagne 
"Chris" 

Ambition — To get through school, And to be 
happy in life. 



Kevin A. Lanouette Dennis J. Laorenza 

Ambition — To be a engineer and successfully Ambition — To be a band director 

take over my fathers business, also to live a happy Activities — Band, Track, Powder-Puff 

and luxurious life. cheerleader. Senior Class Play. 
Activities — Varsity hockey and football 




Joel J. LaTorre 

Ambition — To be successful in all ventures 




Danielle Latulippe Nancy LaTulippe Shirley D. Latulippe Theresa A. Latulippe 

"Dani" "Nanc" "Froggy" "Terry" 

Ambition — To love, to work, and to stay happy. Ambition — To get everything I want out of life. Ambition — To keep in touch with all my friends. Ambition — To be happy and successful in life. 

Activities — Volleyball, Track, Homecoming Activities — X-Country, Track. Activities — Honor Society, Spanish Club and 

Queen, Honor Society, Yearbook, Chorus, Senior Honor Society. Newspaper Staff, Photography 

Class Play, Homeroom Rep., Powder Puff Club. 
Football. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Donigian 



Mr. & Mrs. Raymond D. Tulley 



■ ( ' 




Philip F. Laverriere Jr. 
"Chip" 

Ambition — To go 300 mph in a '67 Firebird off a 
bridge. 



Rebecca J. Laverriere 
"Becky" 

Ambition — To be a music and creative arts 
therapist, also to receive a doctorate. 
Activities — Student Senate, Newspaper Staff, 
Senior Class Play, French Club, Drama Club, 
Homeroom Rep. 



Mark John Lavoie 

Ambition — To own the world. 

Activities — Band, Jazz Band, German Club. 



Michael Lawrence 
"Mike" 





Annette T. Lee 

Ambition — Togo to medical school, and live life 
to it's fullest. 

Activities — Honor Society, Majoretts, French 
Club, Pep Club, Track, Powder Puff Football, 
Academic Internship. 



Michelle Leger 
"Mimi" 

Ambition — To be able to tolerate the uglyness of 
life, while always seeing the beauty. 
Activities — Art Club, Honor Society, Foreign 
Language Club, Ski Team, Gymnastics Team, 
Yearbook Staff, Senior Class Play. 





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Ambition 



Linda J. Lemieux 

- To be a success in whatever I do. 



Bill Lemieux 



Kevin Lemoine 
"Kevin" 

Ambition — To be a success in whatever I do. 
Activities — Track, Attendant of Boys State 1978. 



Ann Leonard 

Ambition — To persue a career in Athletic 

training. 

Activities — Swimming, Volleyball, Track, 

Powder-Puff Football. 



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'Good Luck", The Latulippe family. 




Shari Leonhart 
"Shar" 

Ambition — To buy a Motor home, and travel 
around the country. 

Activities — Rangerettes, Rangerette Trick Drill 
Team with and without rifles. 



Roberta Leslie 
"Ro" 

Ambition — To become a successful accountant 
and to live a happy life with Eddie. 
Activities — Soccer Manager, Junior class 
Treasurer, Yearbook and Eddie. 



Cathy Linton 

Ambition — To be happy and free. 
Activities — Showing my horse, going to the 
beach and working. 



Mary Lombardo 

Ambition — To become a teacher. 

Activities — Italian Club, Rangerettes, DECA. 




Lisa Anne Lucchesi 
"Lee" 

Ambition — To own my own gourmet restaurant. 
Activities — Ice Skating Club, Homeroom Rep., 
Pep Club, Powder Puff Football, Human Relation 
Group, Drama Club. 



Cheryl A. Lumb 

Ambition — To lead a happy and successful life. 
Activities — Pep Club, Senior Class Play 
Committee. 



Laura A. Lupo 
Ambition — To live a long happy life. 
Activities — DECA. 



Daniel Lyons 
"Tigger" 

Ambition — To continue on to college and be 

successful in life. 

Activities — Golf Team Co-Capt. , Honor Society, 

Basketball. Soccer. Spanish Club and Honor 

Society. 




Sheila Macdonald 

Ambition — To persue a career in law. 
Activities — Gymnastics, Swimming, House of 
Reps., Pep Club, Powder-Puff Football. 



Scott D. MacLaughlan 
"Mc Blunit" 

Ambition — To become a state trooper. 
Activities — Track, DECA, CAPS. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Henry F. Wunderlich 



'Is my lipstick on straight??' 




Tim MacLean 



Nancy MacLeod 

Ambition — To live life to it's fullest. 
Activities — Field Hockey, Basketball Co-Capt., 
Softball Tri-Capt., Honor Society- 



Cheryl Magoon 
Ambition — To lead a happy life. 
Activities — Waterskiing, Camping, Boating and 
Swimming. 



Ellen C. Mahoney 
"El" 

Ambition — To be a very successful nurse and to 
be with Brian. 

Activities — Honor Society, Pep Club, Drama 
Club, Homeroom Rep., Junior Boosters. 




Kasper G. Maksian 
"Kappy" 

Ambition — To do the most I can for the world, 
without killing myself. 

Activities — Student Senate Treasurer, Track, 
Drama Club, Senior Class Play, Spanish Club. 



Marsha A. Mansor 

Ambition — To be a Executive secretary and to be 
very happy. 

Activities — Majorette, Cross-Country, Track, 
Spanish Club. 



Gail F. Mansur 

Ambition — To be successful in whatever I do, 

and to always be happy. 

Activities — Football — Basketball Cheerleader, 

Co-Capt. 



David Marceau 

Ambition — To be successful in whatever I do. 
Activities — Capt. Soccer Team, Hockey Team, 
Senior Class Play. 





Angela Marchese 
"Ang" 

Ambition — To Become the best Italian pizza 
maker in the world. 

Activities — Italian Club, Drama Club, and going 
out and having a good time. 



Susan E. Marchman 
"Sue" 

Ambition — To be an educational assistant .ind to 

be happy. 

Activities — Pep Club President, French Club, 

Volleyball. 



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'Those big BROWN eyes 



Mr. & Mrs. John Castle Sr. 




Joyce Marcoux 



Taryn Mariano 

Ambition — To live prosperously. 



Barbara Martin 

"Babs", "Puppet", 

"Brown Eyes" 

Ambition — Theatrical makeup 
Activities — Makeup — Senior Class Play. 



James Mastrangelo 
"Micky" 

Ambition — To become rich and live it up. 
Activities — J.V. Hockey. Wrestling. 




Laura E. Maurais Kevin M. McAdam 

Ambition — To always be happy and to achieve Mac 

whatever I set out to do. Ambition — To be successful in music. 

Activities — French Club, Pep Club, Usherette — Activities Work Study, Tennis. 

Senior Class Play. 



Sherry L. McCann 

Ambition — To travel and find success. 
Activities — Spring Track, Ski Team, Volleyball 
— Manager, House of Reps. Powder Puff 
Football. 



Ambition • 
Activities - 



Cynthia McCarthy 
"Cindy" — "Sid" 

- To be a nurse and stay happy. 
Honor Society. 



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Best wishes for a successful future; Mr. and Mrs. James Hermons. 




Mary-Jo McCarthy 
"Jo" 

Ambition — To become a Spanish teacher and be 

happy. 

Activities — Foreign Lang. Club, Senior Class 

Secretary, Spanish Honor Society, Miss 

Invisowrap — Senior Class Play, Yearbook. 



John David McCullough 
"Space" 

Ambition — To finish school and become rich 

and happy. 

Activities — French Club — 2 years. 



Jo' Ann M. McGibbon 
Jo 



Ronnie McGrath 
Ron 

Ambition — To make money. 

Activities — Football, Baseball, Hockey, Track 




James McNulty 

Activities — Hockey. 



Joann McShane 



Theresa Anne Melisi 
Terri 

Ambition — To grow at least 5 feet. 
Activities — Dance Club, Spanish Club, Home 
Room Rep., Academic Internship, Work Study. 



Jim Menihane 
Howdy 

Ambition — To become an accountant. 
Activities — Varsity Basketball, Soccer, Golf, 
Track, ).V Football, Freshman Baseball 



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Congratulations!; Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Shaheen. 




Cindy Meservey 

- To make it through coll 



Claire M. Michaud 

Ambition — To succeed and find happiness in all 
that I do. 

Activities — Cross Country, Winter and Spring 
Track, Honor Society, German Club. 



Nancy A. Mignault 

Ambition — To be happy and succeed in life. 



Harold J. Miller 
Skip 

Ambition — To get out of this school and become 
a millionaire. 




Patricia J. Miller 
Patti 

Ambition — To go to college and be successful. 
Activities — Cross Country, Basketball, Softball. 



Linda Mistal 
Mindy 

Ambition — To have people become more aware 
of the benefits of physical fitness. 
Activities — Varsity Field Hockey — 2 yrs.. 
Varsity Basketball — 2 yrs.. Varsity Tennis — 3 
yrs., Varsity Volleyball — 2 yrs.. Junior Boosters. 



Robert J. Monahan 
"Fingers-Trower" 

Ambition — To pursue. 

Activities — Motorcycles, Guitar, Snow. 



Dianne Marie Moore 

Ambition — To have a career in the health field 
and to be happy 

Activities — National Honor Society — 
President, Varsity Soccer Team Manager. Student 
of the Month, Latin Club — President, Figure 
Skating Club. 




Guy T. Moore 
Chip 

Ambition — To work with computers 
Activities — Weight Lifting, Baseball, Bowling. 



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Celeste Morel 

Ambition — To make all my dreams come true 
and to go as far as 1 can in the field of education 
Activities — Cheerleading, Senior Class Play — 
Miss Broom, Powderpuff Football, Drama Club. 




John J. & Marlene J. Olefirowicz 



Help! I can't see! 



iittfa- 




Gregory Morin 
Oldman 



Jonathan D. Morin 
Jon 



Spencer Morrison 
Spengaly 



Lisa Beth Mugavero 
"Lis" 



Ambition — To go to college and get married 
while in school. 

Activities — Co-Capt. Football, Ass. Capt. 
Hockey, German Club. 



Ambition — To go to college, be successful, make Ambition — To persue my career in Motor Cross Ambition — To succeed in the "Way of the 



a million dollars, and have a million kids. 
Activities — Co-Capt. Football, Co-Capt. 
Hockey, Baseball, National Honor Society, 
Regina. 



Racing. 

Activities — Racing, Running, Having a ; 

time. 



World". 

Activities — Dance Club, Class Play (Miss 

Macdonald), Drama Club, Homeroom Rep., 

Majorettes. 




David J. Muise 
"Dr. Dave" 

Ambition — To become a veterinarian. 
Activities — Homeroom Rep., Band, Human 
Relations Group "Just For Openers". 



Joseph T. Murach 
"L.J." 

Ambition — To go to college and get a good job. 
Activities — Track, Cross Country, Basketball, 
Yearbook. 



David Michael Murphy 
Murph 

Ambition — To become whatever I want to be. 
Activities — Tennis Team, Art Club, Human 
Relations Group, Senior Class Play-Play Bill 
Cover Design. 



Ambition - 
Activities - 



Stephen P. Murphy 
Murph 

- To become a wealthy person. 

■ Cross Country, Spring Track, Art. 





■ 



Annette Mustapha 

Ambition — To live a long and successful life. 



David C. Myers 
"Dave Hot Rod Myers' 

Ambition — To get married some day. 
Activities — Hockey, Baseball 



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Push-ups! 



Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Devine 




Sheila R. Myers 
Sheil 

Ambition — For my future to be as happy as it is 
now with Steve. 



May Najem 
Maya 

Ambition — I'd like to be a Pharmacist and do my 
best in that field, and I'd also like to work for 
Jesus Christ. 

Activities — Ping Pong, Swimming, Reading 
Bible, Talk about Jesus, Music. 



Zalfa Najem 
Zale 

Ambition — To be an engineer in Computer 
Technology, and I hope that all the kids in school 
do their best to be something in the future like I 
am doing. 
Activities — Tennis, Volleyball, Ping Pong. 



William Q.J. Nartiff II 
Bill 

Ambition — To inspire world peace. 
Activities — Skiing, Chics, Band, Tennis, Music, 
Roller Derby, Beach Day Club, Human Bullet 
Cannon Ball Catching. 




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Kevin Nason 
"Woodchuck Head" 

Ambition — To become a Taxidermist and own 
my own business. 

Activities — Hunting, Fishing, and having a real 
good time. 





Carol J. Neubert 

"Neuby" 

Ambition — To go to college, become a 

Registered Nurse, get married, and be happy in 

life. 

Activities — Academic Internship, Companion of 

Special Needs children and adults. Human 

Relations Group. 



Patricia M. Noble 

Ambition — To get out of Methuen High and 
start having fun. 



Michael Norigian 



Charlayne Norton 
Skimp 

Ambition — To go to college and become 

successful. 

Activities — Gymnastics. Winter and Spring 

Track, Powder-Puff Football. 



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Good Luck Seniors! From the girls in the office — Marion, Shirley, Marilyn, Lois, Barbara, Ellie, Josephine, and Caroline 



ifti? 




Ambition - 
Activities - 



Edward Nutter 
Buc 

- To be rich and marry Roberta. 

- Hockey Team — Co-Capt., R.L. 



Laura O'Clare 

Ambition — To get through college, become 
successful, and live forever. 
Activities — Band, Pep Club. 



Colleen M. O'Connell 

Ambition — To live a long and happy life full of 
fun and sunshine. 

Activities — Volleyball, Skiing, Tennis — 
Tri-Capt., Art Club, Honor Society, Class Play, 
Powder Puff Football, Scuba Diving, Spanish 
Club, Beach, Toga Parties. 



Colleen Marie O'Donohue 
Big Red 

Ambition — To become a RN Nurse. 
Activities — Skating, Skiing, Swimming. 




I 



David Pacheco 
"Checo" 

Ambition — To succeed at Northern Essex and to 

be another "Mental Anguish". 

Activities — Methuen Marching Band and Jazz 

Band. 



John V. Palmisano 
Johnny 

Ambition — To be the best and get out of this No 
Good Town. 

Activities — Partying, Rock Concerts, Mountain 
Climbing, Camping. 



Joseph R. Pantano 
Joe 

Ambition — To see the world. 

Activities — Band, Winter and Spring Track. 



Donald F. Pappalardo Jr. 
Donny 

Ambition — To go to college and later on to 
become a police officer. 

Activities — Swimming, Hockey, Weighthfting. 
Italian Club. 



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Good Luck to: Paul Jacobucci, Michael Kearny, Mitchell Keany, and William Nartiff. from: Mr. & Mrs. Emil & Angelina Jacobucci 




Lisa Marie Pappalardo 

Ambition — Fashion Designer. 
Activities — Dancing, Art. 



Donna Marie Parrino 

Ambition — To be rich and happy & be 
successful as a Hairdresser. 



Stephen P. Parolisi 
Bubbla, Bubs, Bubsie 

Ambition — To hit a tater out of Fenway Park 

someday! 

Activities — Baseball — 4 yrs.. Hockey — 3 yrs.. 

Winter Track — 1 yr., Powder Puff Cheerleader, 

Senior Class Play, National Honor Society. 



John Robert Payson 
Liver 

Ambition — To become successful in life, in the 

Medical field. 

Activities — Computer Club, Work Study. 




Timothy Vincent Pelczar 
Tim 

Ambition — To succeed in life and to enjoy 

everything 1 do. 

Activities — Wrestling, German Club, N.B.A. 

member. 



Dan Pelletier 

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Mark Dennisi 
Mork 

Ambition — Togo to college and do the best lean 

in everything Also get an "A" in Bonehead 

English. 

Activities — Winter, Spring Track. Student 

Senate, Student Advisory Committee, 

Newspaper Staff. 



Kathleen Petland 
"Kath" 

Ambition — To own my own Nursery School and 

move to Colorado 

Activities — Varsity Winter Track, Spring Track, 

Cheerleader 




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The Bentley Family 



I just wanted to be a little taller!! 




Lisa Perocchi 
Rocky 

Ambition — To become a famous Sports Caster 
and to live a rich, happy life. 
Activities — French Club, Newspaper Staff, 
Dance Club. 



Steve Perrone 
"The Worm" 

Ambition — To get out! 

Activities — Smoke runs in the parking lot. 



Gary Piazza 



Ambition 



Michelle Ann Picone 
"Miche" 

— To have a career and a family. 




Lisa Pilvelis 

Ambition — To become a Medical Technologist. 
Activities — Varsity Spring Track — 1 yr. , Varsity 
Gymnastics — 1 yr., Vice President of Latin Club 
— 3 yrs. 



Russell D. Plourde 

Ambition — To be rich and enjoy life. 
Activities — Deca Club. 



Glenn Radloff 
"The Animal" 

Ambition — To become a wealthy Businessman. 
Activities — Honor Society. 



Marie Angela Rapaglia 
Angel 

Ambition — To become a good M.P. in the Army. 




Rosemary W. Regan 
Rose 

Ambition — To live life to it's fullest 
Activities — Vice President Senior Class, Spring 
and Winter Track, Volleyball, Home Coming 
Queen Attendant, Homeroom Rep., Powder Puff 
Football, Senior Class Play, Drama Club. 



Sylvia A. Reich 
Syl., S. 

Ambition — To attain Nirrana, to see all the 
infinite in one. 

Activities — Newspaper, French Club, Drama 
Club, Glee Club. 



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My arm is breaking! 



The Koralishn Family 




Helga Reidl 

Ambition — To be happy in life and have the sun 
shine a little brighter each day. 
Activities — Pres. German Club, Marching Band, 
Concert Band, Powder Puff Football 



Lynne Reitano 
"Rigatoni" 

Ambition — To go into Home Economics and 

major in Fashion Design 

Activities — Ski Team Capt., Homeroom Rep. 



Dorothy Ricci 
"Dotty" 

Ambition — To travel and have a happy life. 



Michael E. Rickley 
"Mike" 

Ambition — To become an engineer. 
Activities — Varsity Basketball, Honor Society, 
Spanish Club, Spanish Honor Society 




Diane Riley 
"Riles" 

Ambition — To be successful in the business 

world and to live a happy life. 

Activities — Partying, Swimming, Horseback 

Riding 



Tom Riopelle 

Ambition — To be successful. 
Activities — Band, Academic Internship 
Newspaper Staff 




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Julie Anne Robbins 
"Jul" 

Ambition — To fulfill my capabilities and live 

prosperately. 

Activities — Varsity Swim Team Co-Capt., 

Spanish Club 



Mary Jo Roberge Steve Roberge 

Ambition — To succeed in life and always be Ambition — To buy alot of land and marry a 

happy. beautiful girl. 

Activities — Cheerleading Capt., Track, Football Activities — Wrestling Team Capt. 
Queen Attendent, Homeroom Rep. 



Cindv Rogers 
"Cin" 

Ambition — To become successful in life and 

become a secretary. 

Activities — Guidance Office. Tennis Manager - 

1. 



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Mr. & Mrs. Armand A. Gagnon & Family 




Roxane M. Roy 
"Rocky" 

Ambition — To be happy and successful in 
whatever I do. 



Maha Saghbini Mona Saghbini 

Ambition — To serve the Lord Jesus Christ in all Ambition — To honor the Lord Jesus Christ and 

areas of my life and be a testimony for him to pass on the good news of his salvation, 

always. Activities — Honor Society, Newspaper Staff 
Activities — Honor Society, Newspaper Staff 



Cynthia Marie Salmon 
"Cindy" 

Ambition — To always be happy and live each 
day of my life to its fullest. 
Activities — Majorettes, Dance Club, Chorus, 
Newspaper Staff 







Laurie A. Saulen Miriam Scanlon Maureen F. Scannell Jay Scionti 

Ambition — To complete my training in a Ambition — To marry Jimmy and have a happy "Moe" "Urpsy" 

secretarial field, become successful in business, life together. Ambition — To be successful at whatever I do, to Ambition — To travel 

and travel to meet new people. get married and live a happy life Activities — Deca Club 

Activities — Marching Band, French Club, Activities — Human Relations. Spanish Club 

Cheerleader 



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Mr. & Mrs. Michael Bardwell & f-amily 




Robert J. Sergi 
"Serg" 

Ambition — To become six feet tall. 
Activities — Cross Country 4 yrs., Winter and 
Spring Track 4 yrs., Senior class Play 



Daniel J. Sessa 
"Dan" 

Ambition — To own my fathers Jewelry business. 
Activities — Work Study, Weight lifting 



Lisa A. Shaheen 
"Shabeen" 




John Sheehan 
"Rabbit" 


Ambition — To be successful in all that I do in 

life. 

Activities — Tennis Team, Art Club, National 

Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society 


Ambition 
Activities 


— To be a State Police Officer. 

— Football 1,2 




Joyce M. Shirton 

Ambition — To someday have my own nursery 
school and be happy in whatever I do. 
Activities — Figure Skating Club, Dance Club 



Charles L. Simonian 
"Chuck" 

Ambition — To enter into the broadcasting field 
and have a happy life with Lynne. 
Activities — Tennis, Winter Track, N.B.A. 



Linda Siney 



Scott A. Skea 

Ambition — To be on the U.S. Ski Team. 
Activities — Ski Team 




James H. Smith 
"Smitty" 

Ambition — To live in the country and live a 

happy life. 

Activities — Football, Basketball, Track 



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Mr. & Mrs. Karol Jaworski 



"Hester Prynne' 



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Kenny Smith 
"Billy Joel" 

Ambition — To be a computor technician. 
Activities — Music, Baseball 



Kim Smith 



Victoria Lynn Smith 
"Vickie" 

Ambition — To become a R.N. and live a rich and 


Ambition - 


Mark R. Snell 
"Snelly" 

— To live in Calif. 


happy life. 

Activities — Spanish Club, Computor Club, 

Academic Internship 


Activities - 


- Football, Track, German Club 




Deborah Marie Spaniol 
"Deb" 

Ambition — To become a D.J. 

Activities — Spanish Club, Powder Puff Football, 

Dance Club, Spanish Honor Society 



Pamela J. Sparta 
"Pam" 


Activities - 


Sandra J. Spina 

- Drama, Senior Class Play 


John M. Spinney 
"Weasel" 

Ambition — To become an officer in the service 
Activities — Basketball, Art 




'A Chorus Line' 



udy St. Hilaire 
"Jude" 

Ambition — To take it "Easy" the rest of my life. 
Activities — Honor Society, Basketball, Band, 
French Club, Photography Club, Powder Puff 
Football, Senior Class Play — Usherette 



Ann Marie St. Paul 
"Annie" 

Ambition — To make the best of whatever comes 

my way. 

Activities — Gymnastics, Work Study 



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Mr. & Mrs. William Dufton 




Jacinthe M. St. Pierre 

"Jay" 

Ambition — To go places, to enjoy myself, and to 
make the most of what I have. 
Activities — French Club, Partying 



June Stephens 
"Junie Bug" 

Ambition — For all Seniors to have a happy and 
successful future and for me to become a X-Ray 
technician at Lawrence General. 
Activities — Child Care — Special Ed., Special 
Needs Program 



Kelly J. Sullivan 
"Kel" 

Ambition — To play in Neil Youngs band. 
Activities — Volleyball, Skating Club, 
Distributive Ed. 



Kathy A. Szostak 
"Kath" 

Ambition — To become a Nursery School teacher 
and coach. 

Activities — Co-Capt., Varsity Field Hockey, 
Basketball, and Softball. Honor Society 




Karen Tardif 
"Munchkin" 

Ambition — To be the Mayor. 
Activities — Horseback Riding 




Kevin Michael Tarr 
"Damien" 

Ambition — To be successful and happy and to 
see my friends happy and successful as well. 
Activities — Football 1,2,3,4, Indoor Track 
1,2,3,4, Capt: Outdoor Track 1,2,3,4, Capt: Senior 
Class Play, Italian Club 1 & 2 




Susan E. Teutonico 
"Sue" 

Ambition — To be happy and successful in 
whatever I do in life. 

Activities — Gymnastics, Powder Puff Football, 
Cheerleader 1, Pep Club, Homeroom Rep. 



Christine J. Thibault 
"Tina" 

Ambition — To live my life to the fullest with 
smiles and happiness 
Activities — Skating Club 



Anthony V. Tine 
"Tony" 



Scott M. Tisbert 
"Tizzv" 



Ambition — To be a cop or shine shoes on Essex Ambition — To play Football 

Street Activities — Football, Track, Baseball 

Activities — Varsity Hockey 



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Nicholas P. Titone 
"Nick" 

Activities — Cadet Capt., Golf Team 



George A. Torromeo Jr. John Tovey 

"Butch" Ambition — To graduate. 

Ambition — To be a computor technician and to 
settle down and start a family. 



Kim Towler 
"Ba" 

Ambition — To work with children. 

Activities — Cross Country, Winter Track, Spring 

Track, Yearbook 



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Ambition — To set my ya ya's out. Ambition — To be successful in life. 

Activities — Guitar Playing, Listening to Stones Activities — Horseback Riding 




Chris Tulley 
"Boozer" 

Ambition — To be a better drinker. 



Dorothy Turcotte 
"Dot" 
Ambition — To become a model 
Activities — Cadet Corps 



Bruce A. Turmel 
Ambition — To enjoy life. 
Activities — Cadets 



Kenny Vachon 



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George & Clarice Torromeo 




Sue Vachon 

Ambition — To find out what I want to do for the 
rest of my life, and to be happy doing it. 
Activities — Winter Track, French Club 



Collette Vaillancourt 
"Coco" 

Ambition — To work with children with special 
needs and to stay happy with Dean. 
Activities — Rangerettes, Drama Club, 
Homeroom Rep. 



Cindy Vallera 



Joseph Vandette 

Ambition — To go to school and become 

successful. 

Activities — Soccer 3 yrs.. Hockey 3 yrs. 





Steven K. Ventre 

" Ki ggy" 

Ambition — To be happy, successful, and most of 
all "wealthy". 

Activities — Co Capt. Track Team (winter & 
spring), Football, Homeroom Rep. 



Greg Venturo 



Bernie Victory 



James R. Vermette 
"Jim" 

Ambition — To have the biggest built in 

Methuen and always be bigger than Russo and 

Consoli. 

Activities — Football, Winter and Spring Track, 

Weightlifting 



Ambition 
in life. 

Activities 



Danielle M. Vernis 

- To become a nurse and be successful 

- Cadets, Spring Track 







Audrey M. Vittorioso 

Ambition — To become a computor programmer 
and to be happy and successful in life. 
Activities — Majorette, Homeroom Rep., Spanish 
Club 



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Mr. & Mrs. Francis P. Weisinger 



"Joe, What's Number 2?" 







Janice Wadsworth 

Ambition — To be a Phys-Ed teacher. 
Activities — Field Hockey 1,2,3/ Co Capt: 
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Softball 1,2,3,4, Tri-Capt 



Stacey Lynn Wallace 

Ambition — To succeed in aviation. 



Mark Wante 

Ambition — To play baseball in college. 
Activities — Varsity Baseball and Basketball 



Donna Wardrop 

Ambition — To do lots of traveling and be a 
success in the court room. 
Activities — Tennis, Dancing 




Denise Waring 



Christopher Waszczuk 
"Chris" 

Ambition — To go on to college and become an 

engineer. 

Activities — Baseball, Honor Society, Student 

Congress 



Maura Watts 
"Gambler" 

Ambition — To graduate from college and 

become very successful. 

Activities — French Club, Softball, 4-H Club, 

Chorus 



Mary Weisenborn 
"Mare" 

Ambition — To live a happy life and to marry 

Richard. 

Activities — Art, Photography 




Susan Weisinger 
'Dazed and Confused II' 



Gerry M. Wells 
"Gary" 

Ambition — To become a physician. 
Activities — Football 4 yrs.. Winter Track 4 yrs., 
Co-Capt., Spring Track 4 yrs.. Student Congress, 
French Club, Latin Club 



Diedre Lynn Wheeler 
"Dee-dee" 

Ambition — To become a professional Jazz 

Dancer. 

Activities — Jazz Company 



Julie Giles 



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Mr. & Mrs. Calvin R. Snell 




Shelle A. Wheeler 

Ambition — To become a Disc-Jockey and a 
sports announcer. 



James White Walter W. White IV. 

"Jim" Ambition — To survive. 

Ambition — To get everything I can out of life. Activities — Hockey, Soccer 



Kenneth A. Wilman Jr. 

Ambition — To work for N.B.C. and be 

successful. 

Activities — Soccer. Student Senate. Senior Class 

Play 




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Nancy E. Winn 

Activities — Color Guard Capt., Honor Society, 
Spanish Club, Spanish Honor Society, Senior 
Class Play, Spring Track, Homeroom Rep. 



Gary Wormald 
"The Worm" 

Ambition — To have the things I want out of life. 
Activities — Honor Society 



Carl Wunderlish 

Ambition — To get rich. 
Activities — Band 



Linda L. Yarid 

Ambition — To be successful in all that 1 do. I 
would like to go into art and Dentistry. 
Activities — Honor Society, Photography Club 




Sunmi Yim 

Ambition — To be a person filled with love of 
Jesus, my Savior. 



Jane (Muhee) Yu 

Ambition — To have the love of the Lord Jesus 
Christ, that others may see him in me. 
Activities — Art Club, Computor Club 



Gail M. Zilinsky 

Ambition — To be happy and make others 

happy. 

Activities — Tennis Team. Spanish Honor 

Society, International Club 



Christopher Zoltko 

Ambition — To go on to college and major in 
engineering at U. of Lowell. 



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Assistant Coaches and Head Coach Larry Klimas (center) 



Front Row (1 to r): Jim Hermans, Mike Farelli, Kevin Tarr, Bob Cavaretta, Greg Morin, Jon Morin, Jim 
Smith. Second Row: Mike Ford, Jim Fleming, Gerry Wells, Chuck Hillard, Steve Ventre, Kevin 
Lanouette, Charles Gagne. Third Row: Joe Boucheri, Dave Deneau, Tod Catteau, Mark Snell, Kevin 
Bradley, Wayne Holden, Ron McGrath. 




FOOTBALL 

The 1978 football team provided 
it's fans with an exciting and exp- 
losive display. Central Catholic 
was upset by a great 2nd half. 
Tewksburg led 6-0 after only one 
minute into the game but Jon Mo- 
rin's interception for a TD won a 
defensive struggle. Andover 
handed Methuen its second 
M.V.C. loss. Austin had ideas of 
an upset but a fine defensive ef- 
fort stopped Austin cold. Kevin 
Tarr led the Rangers to crush a 
fine Billerica Team. 
Dracut came to Methuen on 
Thanksgiving. Great efforts by 
the offense led by Jon Morin and 
the defense led by Ron McGrath 
almost gave the Rangers a well- 
deserved victory. 





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VARSITY SOCCER 

The Rangers started off swift and strong as they went 
undefeated in their first five games before they lost 
their only game of the year in route to their first M. V. 
C. Championship. Along with Chris Childs in goal, 
seniors Buddy Haney, Jim Menihane, and Bob Chap- 
man controlled the defense, while Walter White, Scott 
Consoli, Gary Gagnon controlled the midfield game, 
and Joe Vandette, Steve Hailson, Ken Wilman, and 
Dave Marceau took care of the offense. 




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First row, 1-r: Linda Mistal, Beth Childs, Kathy Szostak, Janice 
Wadsworth, Nancy Macleod, Sandy Ward. Second row: Sandy Marcin- 
cevich, Paula Heinz, Nancy Rochefort, Nancy Szostak, Sue Smith, coach 
Mimi Stott. 




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FIELD HOCKEY 

FIELD HOCKEY BOASTS BEST RECORD 
EVER 

This season brought many pleasant surprises 
to the girls field hockey team. Our defense 
managed to limit the opponents to just one 
goal in regular season play with the offense 
leading us to an undefeated 8-0-6 season. 
The combined effort of a dedicated 14 girls 
brought M.H.S. a league championship and 
northern area finalist. 





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First Row, 1-r: JoAnne Frasca, Lesley Austin. Second row: Cathy Carraccio, Kathy Bitler, Colleen 
O'Connell, Ann Leonard, Danielle Latullippe, Judy King. Third row: Linda Smith, Lori Charette, 
Donna Contarelli, Cathy Castles, Cynthia Donegan, coach Don Smith. 




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The Girl's Volleyball Team once again had a successful season. The team compiled a 
14-6 record finishing second in the Verrimack Valley Conference. The team qualified for 
the state tournament for the fourth straight year. Led by seniors Colleen O'Connell, 
Ann Leonard, Lesley Austin, Danielle Lattulippe, Judy King, Jo-Ann Frasca, and Kathy 
Bitler the girls upheld the winning traditions of Methuen sports. 




Girls Cross 
Country 

The 1978-79 edition of the girls Cross 
Country Team was the most success- 
ful in the sports brief history. This 
year was the first year that Girls Cross 
Country has been recognized as a 
league sport. The girls finished the 
season undefeated (9-0) and M.V.C. 
Champs. The Rangerettes were led by 
senior Co-captains Donna Kendall 
and Bobbie Baker. 



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The Rangers young team led by Captain 
Dave Kazanjian had big wins over Austin 
and Billerica on their way to finishing 9-0 
to win their second M.V.C. crown in the 
last three years. They were second at the 
Northern Area and fifth in the State Meet. 
Captain Dave Kazanjian, Mike Dechane, 
and Rick Pepin were named to the 
M.V.C. All-Star Team and Eagle Tribune 
All-Star Team. Nine Boys Qualified for 
Region 1 Jr. Olympic Action in 
Heightown, New Jersey, there Kazanjian 
finished 4th, qualifying him for the Na- 
tionals in Kansas where he finished 12th. 
He was also named to the Harrier "All 
American" Cross Country Team. 




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back row (L to R) Jim Manchester (coach), Tina Kalil, Althea Reich, Karla Kapazynski, Eileen Annaloro, Ann Margaret 
Conolly, Cindy Battye, Sue Neff, Joanne Pappalardo, Justine D-Angelo, Front row (L to R) Robin Viglione, Kathy Brien, 
Lisa Gagne, Julie Robbins, Jackie Bentley, Sheila Macdonald, Pam Kelley, Dianne Michaud. 





Co-captains (L to R) Julie Robbins, Jim Manchester (coach), Jackie Bentley 



Seniors: back row (L to R) Pam Kelly, Jim Manchester, Kathy Brien, front row 
(L to R) Lisa Gagne, Julie Robbins, Jackie Bentley, Sheila Macdonald 




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The Girl's Gymnastics Team had 
another outstanding season. 
With a record of 9-1, they became 
the M. V. C. Champions for the 
third straight year. The team was 
invited to the North Area District 
Meet and Chris Bergeron and 
Shelia Macdonald qualified for 
the Individual State Meet. Three 
girls were selected to the Mer- 
rimack Valley All-Star Team: 
Chris Bergeron — Ail-Around, 
Cyndi Donegan — Floor Exercise, 
and Sheila Macdonald — Balance 
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Co-captains; Chris Bergeron and Brenda Contarino. Seniors; Sheila Macdonald, Ann Guilmette, Chris Bergeron, Brenda 
Contarino, Kelley Kenyon. Manager; Lori Charette. Coach; Mrs. Karen Bergeron Asst. Coach; Miss Eicher 




GYMNASTICS 





Co-Captains — Donny Brandon and Tony Franciosa. Seniors — Jimmy Amore, Earl Feugill, Donny Brandon, Tony Franciosa, Greg 
Daigle. Coach — Mr. Fran Molesso. 



1978-79 Gymnastics Team 
The sport of gymnastics is one of 
pride, honor, individuality. It is a 
sport which strengthens the mind 
and body. Gymnastics is rapidly 
growing at Methuen High. This 
years team finished with a 5-3 
record and Methuen will soon be 
a powerhouse in the Merrimack 
Valley Conference. 






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Co-captains: Ed Nutter and Jonathan Morin 
Asst. captains: Buddy Haney and Greg Morin 



1978-1979 Varsity Hockey 

This years team, being improved by the addi- 
i tion of Mr. Kenneth Palm as head coach 

showed it is a potential power in the M. V. C. 
' The high point of this season was being the 

first team in four years to beat the reigning M. 

V. C. champs, the Billerica Indians. 

The team was disappointed by missing the 

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Girls Winter Track 

The Girls Winter Track Team participated 
in the newly formed Girls North Shore In- 
door Track League. This league ended up 
being the strongest indoor girls league in 
the state. Methuen's team finished a very 
good season with a 7-2 record and a second 
place finish in league competition — state 
champion Billerica ended up as League 
Champions. The team was led by tri- 
captains Lesley Austin, Maureen Halloran 
and Donna Kendall; four team members 
scored in the state meet — Donna Kendall, 
Dawna Carbonneau, Monique Wheeler and 
Cathy Castles. 





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back row: Pamela Halloran, Kim Towler, Roberta Baker. 
Missing: Maureen Halloran, Cindy Blondin, Charleyne 
Norton. 





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1978-1979 
Indoor Track 

The boy's track team led by Co- 
captains Gerry Wells, Dave Kazan- 
jian, Kevin Tarr, and Steve Ventre 
completed the finest season ever 
recorded by any Methuen team. Un- 
defeated in dual meet, M. V. C. 
champs, State Relay champs, North- 
ern Area, and State Champions (Div. 
II). Kevin Tarr was selected to the 
Globe and Herald All-Scholastic 
teams as a sprinter. Mr. Larry Klimas 
was chosen as the Coach of the Year 
by the Boston Globe. 
The following Rangers were elected 
to the M. V. C. All Star Team: Kevin 
Tarr, Dave Kazanjian, Steve Ventre, 
Chuck Hillard, Mike Carney, and 
Peter O'Dowd. 




Row 1. Ed Olefirowicz, Gary Wells, Dave Kazanjian, Steve Ventre, Kevin Tarr, Mark Gilbert, 
Joe Murach, Bob Sergi. Row 2. George Baker, Barry Bilapka, Roy Arsenault, Bob Dennis, 
Steve Parolisi, Dennis Laorenza, Mark Pennisi, Kasper Maksian, Jim Fones, Dave Denue. 




The unpredicta- 
bility of our New 
England weather 
was once again a 
major problem 
for the Ranger Ski 
Team. Despite 
the scarcity of 
snow, the team 
managed to com- 
plete its season 
with a 3-4 record. 
With the addition 
of a large number 
of experienced 
freshmen we are 
beginning to gain 
the depth neces- 
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in a very com- 
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Back row: coach, Ken LaRose, Seniors, Sherry McCaan, Linda Geradi, Linda Brown, 
Colleen O'Connell, Lynne Reitano. Front row: Diane Brooks, Pam DeFillippo, Chris 
Donegian. 





Co-captains: Back row: Richie Kostandin, Lynne Reitano. 
Front row: Pam DeFillippo, Scott Vievey. 





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Co-Captains: Kevin Bradley and Mark 
Wante 



The Methuen Varsity Basketball 
Team was in the process of a rebuild- 
ing year which included a new coach 
and his philosophy. 
The overall season win/loss record of 
13-7. 

Leading the way for the Methuen 
Rangers was Co-captain Kevin Brad- 
ley who scored over 1,000 points in 
his high school career. Co-captain 
Mark Wante received the best defen- 
sive award. 

The basketball future in Methuen 
looks promising with many returning 
varsity players. 




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rear (1 to r) Nancy Szostak, Linda Mistal, Roanne Catteau, Nancy Rochefort, 
Sandy Ward. Center Beth Childs, Judy St. Hilaire, Sandy Lahey, Patty Miller, 
Janice Wadsworth, Front Kathy Szostak, Nancy MacLeod. 




Co-Captains: Kathy Szostak and Nancy Mac- 
Leod 



Girls Basketball 
With a well seasoned varsity- 
team Methuen dominated the 
M. V. C. this year ending the 
regular season with a 14-0 
record led by co-captains 
Nancy MacLeod and Kathy 
Szostak. Methuen had two 
:ome-from-behind victories 
3ver Chelmsford. The girls 
represented M. H. S. to the 
best of their ability, bowing 
3ut in the semi-finals of the 
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3ack 1-r: P. Gagnon, D. Pappalardo, G. Blaidell, R. Landry, M. Cul- 
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Seniors: Don Pappalardo and Jim Flemming 



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Co-captains: Mark Nightin- 
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Front row, L-R: Kevin Bradley, Vinnie Ardizzone, Gary Gagnon, Jonathon Morin, Mark Warte, Ronny McGrath, Bob 
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State Tournament where they lost in the 
Semi-finals. It was a great team effort all sea- 
son. The team consisted of six seniors and 
eight juniors all of whom worked hard for 
their win. Exceptional players for Methuen 
were Janice Wadsworth, Kathy Szostak, 
Nancy Szostak, and Beth Childs. The team 
will lose a lot of players but will still have a 
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1979 was the year for Girls' Tennis at Methuen High. Winning the 
Merrimack Valley League Championship outright for the first time was 
made possible through the efforts of six seniors; Tri-captains: Andrea 
Chatis, Pam Defillipo and Colleen O'Connell and also Linda Mistal, 
Pam Hallorhan and Gail Zilinsky. Fine showings were made in the 
State Individual Tournament in which Methuen was seeded 7th. All in 
all, a 16-1 record, and many other accomplishments made 1979 the year 
for Girls' Tennis. 



Tri-captains — Front row: Andrea Chatis; Bac 
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"Smitty and the Boys" 

The 1979 Boys Tennis Team showed improvement 
over the courts of the season. The team was composed 
primarily of underclassmen who will form the found- 
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Due to scheduling problems, the 1979 Boys' Varsity Spring Track Team pic- 
tures were not taken. 



Varsity Spring Track Seniors — Front row, L-R: Ed Olefirowicz, Gerry Wells, Dave 
Kazanjian, Steve Ventre, Kevin Tarr, Mark Gilbert, Joe Murach, Bob Sergi; Back row: 
George Baker, Roy Arsenault, Bob Dennis, Dennis Lorenzo, Mark Pennisi, Jim Fones, 
Chuck Hillard, Wayne Holden. Missing from picture — Kevin DeChane, Tony Fran- 
ciosa, Peter O'Dowd. 









The boys had a good season 
winning the MVC Title, and de- 
feating Andover for the first 
time in 21 years. They were led 
by State Champs Kevin Tarr 
and Steve Ventre, while Chuck 
Hillard, Gerry Wells and Dave 
Kazanjian contributed a great 
deal to the team. The team was 
coached by Larry Klimas as- 
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Donna Kendall-Tri-capt., Maureen Halloran-Tri-capt., Ann Leonard, Assistant Coaches 
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A YEAR IN SPORTS 





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President — Mark Gilbert, Vice President — Rosie Regan, Treasurer — Mary-Jo McCarthy, Secretary 
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Vernis, Debbie Egan, Laura Garson. Row 3 — Hope Kenyon, Lisa Didio, Terri Melisi, Taryn Mariano, Cathy Linton, Wendy 
La Torre, Mary Iannalfo. Row 4 — Tom Barry, Bob Griffin, Dave Myers, Steve Perrone, Sean Brouder, Kevin McAdams, Ann 
St. Paul, Karen Tardiff. Row 5 — Jim Mastrangelo, John Palmisano, Mr. William Becker, Linda Filacamo, Diane Egan, Laura 
Lupo, Terri-Ann Fair, Nina Gile. Row 6 — Gregg Venturo, Cindy Vallera, Donna Banano, Dawn Anderson, Dottie Ricci, 
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Row 2 Steven Barbin, Jim Amore, 
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Row 1 Maria L'ltalien, Lisa Lac- 
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DANCE CLUB 





Seniors — 1st row — Lisa Dole, Donna Blain, Lisa Lucchesi, Becky D'Urso, Kathy Brian, Kasper Maksian. 2nd row — 
Christine Donigian, Christine Kinny, Lisa Maguvro, Sandy Spina, Director — Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian, Mike Kearny. 




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Seniors — Debbie Spaniol, Shelly Wheeler, Lynn Reitano, 
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Seniors — Nick Titone, Bruce Turmel 

The 1978-1979 Cadet Corps had a banner year. It was highlighted by winning first place in 
the New England Regional Drill Competitions. The military ball and spring trip were a 
tremendous success. We hope that future cadets will be as successful, have as much fun, and 
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Tony Tine and Margret Hovanasian 





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Maureen Hallorhan and Ken Wilman 








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Barbara Martin and Dave Pacheco 



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CAST 

Superbrain, Byron Ceps Chris Childs 

Vera Strong Maureen Hallorhan 

Star Raider Mike Kearny 

Miss Broom Celeste Morel 

Miss MacDonald Lisa Mugavero 

Terry Secra Sandy Spina 

Supermaids Mimi Leger, Nancy Winn 

Nerd Bob Stergi 

Yuck Laura DiFrancesco 

Frenchy Cuisine Sue Grondine 

Mrs. Onaze Kelly Goland 

Terrific Trio Scott Console, Mary Jo McCarthy, Ken Wilman 

Gadzooks Bob Caueretta 

Keexie Lisp Lisa Dole 

H2O Girl Rosemary Regan 

Astarte Danielle Latulippe 

Acrobat Man Dave Jaworsky 

Aibatrose Kevin Tarr 

May-onase Colleen O'Conell 

Art Cuisine Roy Arscnault 

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COULD IT BE. . . .? BABIES 




Babies, L-R: Shari Leonhart, Roberta Leslie, Maureen Scan- 
nel, Cathy Linton, Mary Joe McCarthy, Lisa Perrochi, Collerte 
Vallencourt, Mark Gilbert, Lois Cormier, Julie Ann Robbins, 
Dorothy Budrevich, Maureen Hallorhan, Pam DeFillipo, 
Cheryl Lumb, Mary Beth Gallagher, Karen Battaglia, Rosem- 
ary Regan, Marsha Mansor, Linda Filocamo, Becky Laverriere, 
Sylvia Reich, Lisa DeMonaco, Danielle Latulippe. 




Babies, L-R: Billy Nartiff, Helga Reidl, Greg Morin, 
Darlene D'Hont, Mark Wante, Lisa Burgess, Celeste 
Morel, Jim Fraas, Brenda Hajjar, Joe Murach, Irene 
Chantoian, Bob Caveretta, Laura DiFrancesco, Kim 
Towler, Steve Ventre, Kathy Bitler, Ellen Mahoney, 
Steve Bruce, Beth and Chris Childs, Kathy Szostak, 
Jackie Bentley, Dave Kazanjian, Sue Grondine, 
Marie L'ltalien, Paula Koralishn, Nancy Macleod, 
Annette Lee, Dianne Moore, Audrey Vittorioso, 
Donna Wardrop. 



"PROM NIGHT" 




HONORS BANQUET 





Students lined up anxiously and 
nervously awaiting their turn. 



Senator Paul Tsongas was 
among the guests present at 
the honors banquet. He 
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touching on the energy 
crisis and the importance of 
conserving it for our future 
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CLASS DAY 




Readings: 

Honor Essay Linda Brown 

Class History Mitch Kearny, Margaret Hovanasian 

Class Will Jon Morin, Danielle Latulippe 

Class Prophecy Dave Jaworsky, Colleen O'Connell 



GRADUATION DAY 
JUNE 3,1979 





Banquet 




SENIORS 



CLASS PROPHECY 




Many of our classmates have gone into business for themselves. STEVE VENTRE and MARK WANTE have 
opened up a small medical center where they are practicing gynecology. KATHY BITLER is now the proud 
owner of the Learner Shop, her husband Mike is sales manager. FRED COREY, best dressed boy of 79", now 
runs the Salvation "Army. DIANE BROOKS, DEBBIE DEJONKER and JOANNA CAVALLARO now own and 
run the world recognize the Ranger Spirit, after four years of intense study in journalism. STEVE HAILSON 
opened up an auto body shop and is finally planning to paint his car all one color. GLENN BARBIN and SEAN 
BROUDER have just opened their own mechanic shop. Most of the equipment came from the junk yard. 
COLLEEN O'CONNELL and LINDA BROWN are giving scuba leassons down in the Carrobean. They spend 
their days off with their pet dolphins Coke and Cane. ELLIE GAGNON now owns Findeisen's on 1 Lowell St., 
now she kicks the cops out. ROY ARSENAULT opened up a toga shop, BOB DENNIS is one of his best 
customers. DON AUGER and JOHN TOVEY have a printing shop, where they specialize in bumper stickers 
and t-shirts. BECK DURSO, DIANE RILYE and THERESA CONVERSE took over Kealey's after the mysterius 
death of Jim and Andy. CHARLOTTE ABDALLAH has just opened a chain of Friendly's specializing in 
Armenian ice-cream. JIM SMITH and NANCY LATULIPPE are now married and own a Exxon station they 
spend their days pumping gas. Jim specializes in lube jobs. LISA SHAHEEN is printing t-shirts but she can 
never remember to bring the t-shirts in. KASPER MAKSIAN is the president of the Armenian track association 
he is also the only member. LORI AGNEW and CHARLIE GAGNE have completely changed the Party Needs 
store to THE MAIN DISTRIBUTION CENTER for MIKE FORD'S coke company. JANET DELODGE has moved 
into the King and turned it into a wild and crazy place. CHRIS DONIGIAN has opened a pediatrics clinic and 
JACKIE BENTLEY is her trusty secretary. SCOTT MCKENZIE and DAVE COROSO are now co-owners of the 
school store. DIANE EGNET owns her own costume shop. LISA PAPPALARDO runs a jewlrey shop most of her 
jewelry comes from a gumball machine. GARY PIAZZA ownes a pizza and grinder shop. COLLEEN 
O'DONOHUE is owner of Frogs, Ducks and Iona. MARCIAL FERRIS is managing a market. One of her 
employees, Ray Pilot, Had been giving her trouble. ROXANNE ROY owns the 5 corner sub shop. MARK 
GILBERT is now the president of Hancock Insurance Co. in Denver Colorado. He buzzes around the Rockies in 
his M.G. LOUIS STEED has changed Burger King's logo from fast food to slow slop. KAREN SMITH hos her 
own crutch shop in N.J. LESLIE DEPRESS owns her own boutique. RON MCGRATH opened up his own 
brewery and DEB FAUCHTER is his test taster. MAUREEN HALLORAN and JIM CARDELLO have opened up 
a law firm and have yet to win a case. BERT GETCHELL is happily married and owns his own leather jacket 
shop. PAT FARLEY is a corrupted M. CHRIS ZOLTHO has designed the perfect partymobile equiped with all 
the necessities. MARGRET HOVANASION has replaced Rona Barrett as gossip columnist. CINDY SALMON 
has her own dance studio and DIERDRE WHEELER of Chorus Line fame is her assistant. GEORGE BAKER, 
their pride student, just won a disco contest at Studio 54. CHRIS CHILDS is now modeling for Play Girl 
Magazine. HOPE KENYON was recently featured on the cover of Vogue. PAM HALLORAN has become an 
accomplished artist, her work can be seen on the bathroom walls of Methuen High. DEBBIE KALIL is modeling 
the lates in Harley Davidson black leather jackets. ELAINE KUCHAR is a famous artist living in France and 
making millions. DANIELLE VERNIS is a fashion coordinator for Cheryl Tiegs. KENNY WILMAN is a radio 
announcer, his experience with the morning announcements at Methuen High have helped him greatly. 
DEANNAL JESSIE is a professional photographer on the beaches of sunny California. ANDREA SAMRA is a 
model and fashion designer for Brooks. CAROL GODIN is a photographer for Play Girl. SUE VACHON is 
employed as a commercial artist for High Times. DAVE MURPHY is also an artist his work can be seen at Mr. 
right near Lisa's black ensemble. ANGELA MARCHESE is working on a professional photographer. LINDA 
YARID is a part time artist and part time dentist, she makes creative cavaties. DENNIS LORENZA is conducting 
the Methuen Elementary School Orchestra along with his assistant Dave Isadore. 



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As you probably all know our class had a very impressive sports record. Many of our classmates have 
continued in their sporting careers. ANN LEONARD is presently the athletic trainer for the New England 
Patriots, she never realized how much she really liked football. JON MORIN has continued his baseball career 
and is now playing the field. ANDREA CHATIS has clinched the Grand Slam by beating Tracy Austin in 
straight sets at the finals by of Wimbelton. CHRIS BERGERON has scored an 11.0 at the Olympics to beat the 
10.0 mark set by Nadia Comaniche. VITO ANSALDI and GERRY WELLS have opened up their own Karate 
school along with their pajama factory. DON BRANDIN is a ski instructor on CELESTE MOREL and WAYNE 
HOLDEN is starting on a multimillion dollar contract with the Oakland Raiders, he keeps all the guys happy. 
DARLENE D'HONDT is a Red Sox groupie after following them for ten years she is now the proud owner of 
Butch bone chips. Playing for the sox are our hometown favorite pitcher BOB GRIFFIN, pitcher JAY DZIOBA 
and fielder TODD CATTEAU. KEVIN BRADLEY; alias Zombie is spacing out in the Celtics locker room, he still 



hasn't realized the seasons over. BETH CHILDS is wanted for athletic equipment evasion, there is a 2,000 dollar 
reward dead or alive. TONY FRANCIOSCA is head bone cracker and gymnastics coach at Methuen High School 
EARL FEUSILL is his assitant, that is when he is not fooling around with Debbie. MIKE GIORDANO just 
finished making a tissue collage on the wall of his gymnasium. GAIL ZILINSKI has taken Miss Bonnanos place 
as J. V. Tennis. KEVIN DECHANE won the Boston Marathon again this year, which makes a record breaking 
four years in a row. SHERRY McCANN skied off the course at Killington and is presently caught up in a tree. 
NANCY MACLEOD has taken Mimi Stott's place as head coach for field hockey, basketball, softball, and mud 
ball teams. KATHY SZOSTACK conducts a field hockey camp for overweight girls while JANICE 
WADSWORTH makes the equipment and LINDA MISTAL manufacturers their own tennis balls. SPENCER 
MORRISON is the work world's best Motor Cross racer, he went undefeated this year. DONNA KENDALL is 
on an African safari giving adrenaline to wild elephants. PAM DEFILLIPPO and husband Guillermo Villas 
opened their new tennis camp in Hawaii. PAM says she loves when he gets his balls caught in the net. 
WALTER WHITE and DAVE MARCEAU are team mates of Pele, Mr. Sorter is their waterboy and PAULA 
KORALISHEN is their cheerleading flirt. RALPH HALL, KEVIN BIBEAU, and ALAN FARO have been lifting 
for ten years and are now having a hard time getting their massive bodies through the doorway. DAVE 
KAZANJIAN will be running at Seabrook tonight. He's running the 6th race Yankee Course. He's in box four 
going out a 3 to 1. You can't miss him, he'll have a muzzle of course but he'll be the only one with two leggs. 
ALAM LAMBERT is betting on KAZOO to show he's got a couple hundred riding on this race. BARRY 
BILAPKA has taken over as Austin Prep football coach and continues the 0-10 tradition. BRUCE TURMEL is 
racing cars at Indianappolis. CINDY BLONDIN can outrun an ostrich in her hometown in India. GAIL MAN- 
SOR is cheerleading coach for the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders. CINDY ROGERS is taking the whole racketball 
industry to small claims court. SYLVIA REICH is currently Head Guard at Forest Lake; among the kids in her 
swim program are Sue, Jodie, Fosh, Okie, Ventre, C. K., Mike and Brenda. MARSHA MANSOR is dragging her 
Camero down Route 125 on her way to New England Raceway. JIM FLEMING, Mexican Athlete, broke his leg 
while playing jumprope. JUDY ST. HILAIRE is running a softball camp for Methuen degenerates. AUDREY 
VITTORIOSO and JODIE EVANS have opened a twirlers school. STEVE ROBERGE is still wrestling, he got 
KELLEY in a Saturday Night Ride position. STEVEN BRUCE is a W. W. W. F. wrestling champ under coach 
TOM BABOLA. MARK PENNISI is playing a celebrity Tennis match on ABC's challenge of the sexes. He's 
playing Jimmy Connors. MIKE BUOTE has been body building for several years and wants to enter the Miss 
America contest. CLAIRE MICHAUD and CELESTE MOREL have formed a professional powder puff football 
team. CLAIRE is quarterback and CELESTE is a killer on the line. PETER SARKIS is now an auto body. SCOTT 
SKEA and Ingemar Stenmack are tied going into the giant slolom at this years winter Olympics. ALL BAR- 
BAGALLC is now the main munchkin man for Dunkin Donuts. SCOTT TISBERT is working for the state 
construction company and on the side he sells jibber in the school store. DONNA NO N ANNO has spent 9 out 
of the last 10 years in the corner booth at McDonalds. MICKEY MASTRANGELO is as free as a bird now. 
DAVID JAWORSKI is now living in Canada after flunking out of college. Ace is finally getting his feet back on 
to the ground and his Molsen Golden Ale Brewery has been doing so well. LYNNE REITANO is also doing well 
and is now sitting back at Bob Loo's enjoying the better parts of life. Speaking of better parts of life, Lynn's 
invention of the portable tuss is keeping her glass full. 



Some of our classmates have done really well in a very expanding field. JIM HERMANS, for instance is doing 
extremely well. He is now the proku proud owner of a 1000 acre plantation in Columbia, rumor has it that he 
has more gold than Fort Knox. Jim didn't forget his friends though, he uses them as pickers and pays them with 
smoke. During the day MIKE HODGE, GLENN BELL, GUY CAPUANO, and GREGG FORD watch the fields 
and GREG VENTURO, SCOTT MACLAUGHLAN, MIKE SOUCY, and ALAN GERMAINE, make up the night 
shift. Jim's sister ELLEN HERMANS is also doing well as a space technologist. She has now perfected the ride 
from the parking lot to the beach in a minute and a half. STEVE MURPHY is now serving time in Walpole for 
the murder of ELAINE CRANE. DAVE CARABELLO is now the leader of the Do Drugs Clan. RALPH MAR- 
TINEAU was his vice president but unfortunately Ralph is now serving time at the Florida State Institution for 
Drug Abuse. PHIL LAVERIERE, also a member, performed a beautiful one and one half tuck off the Prundential 
Building. He escaped with minor injury since he was able to land on the grass. BRIAN CAMPIOLA still is 
trying to get his high school diploma. He was only absent 364 days. SCOTT CONSOLI is experiencing technical 
difficulties after short circuiting in public. JON SHEEHAN is still trying to rip out in his 4 cylinder bone. 
KEVIN LAMOINE is a lifetime basketweaving major at NEECO. MARK SNELL is doing pick and shovel work 
on the Alaskan pipeline. RAY DEMERS is a probation officer for the Lawrence House of Correction. He is now 
counselling for BERNIE DUNN. HELGA REIDL, CHRIS KINNEY and LISA DEMONACO all share a con- 



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dominium on Malibu Beach. MARY JO ROBERGE who flunked out of foods and nutrition in '79 just poisoned 
her body building husband MIKE FERRELLI with her sauces and creams. ED NUTTER AND ROBERTA LESLIE 
are now trucking across America in Ed's souped up chevy pickup. TERRI KENNY is still looking for a date at the 
Woodland Nursing Home. 

A number of our classmates have gone into careers in the performing arts. MIKE KEAMY is co-starring with 
Ma Hovanasion in the off broadway production of "Deep Throat". LISA MUGAVERO is looking back on 
opening night of the High School Play and she recalls the excitement and remembers how her head was buzzing 
all through the play. KELLY GOLLAN is now co-starring in General Hospital, after graduating from Burdett 
with a medical secretary degree. JOE FINOCHIARO is replacing Bogart in the remake of Casablanca. STEVE 
PAROLISI got the lead in the remake of the Incredible Jerk. He says he owes it all to Dear Abby and his arrow 
nose. SANDY LAHEY is a private nurse for Marcus Welby. SUE KANE, famous cosmotologist is now working 
on Phillis Diller's hair, she started sometime last week and is expected to finish before our twentieth reunion. 
jREGG MORIN'S haunting laugh can be heard Saturday mornings on the Scooby Doo Show. MIMI LEGER has 
giggled her way to fame and fortune, she is now head sales promotor for Tickle deodorant. BOB SERGI is now 
the host of a new game show. The Who What When Where and Why Show. The Who What When Where And 
Why Show BOB MONAHAN is now doing impressions of Gene Simions in Vegas. While Classmate TONY 
MANZI is doing his comedy routine at the Chez When. RUSSELL PLUND has replaced Epstien on Welcome 
Back Kotter. CAROL BARBIN is playing the Empire State Building in King Kong's revenge needless to say, BOB 
CAVARETTA is King Kong. BRENDA CONTARINO is making her sixty-ninth appearence on The Dating 
Game. Mr. Whipple caught STACY WALLACE squeezing the Charmin during her lunch break. KELLY SULLI- 
VAN and ANNE ST. PAUL have just recorded their first single "Forever In Sub Shops". JIM FRAAS is now lead 
singer for the Village People, in his spare time he owns his own styling salon. BECKY LAVERRIERE is now 
singing in the Italien Opera. CHUCKIE SIMONIAN and DEBBIE SPANIOL are both disc jockies at WBCN. 
DANTELLE LATUL1PPE and AXIS have just gone platinum with their latest album, "Boys In The Attic". 
CHUCK HILLARD, DAVE DENEU, JOE MURACH, and PETE O'DOWD.have formed their own barber quartet 
and are singing 'Sex and Drugs And Rock'n Roll" in four part harmony. Incidentally CHUCK HILLARD 
graduated most likely to kill somebody. SCOTT COLLIER, GEORGE 1ARRELL and DOUG COXSENTINO 
have formed an increible three man band and are called The Three Chumps". LISA PEROCCHI was just fired 
from her sports caster job from NBC they say she exposed herself to Bruce Jenner. LISA LACRIOX is singing. 
MITCH KEAMY took over the Boston Pops and changed it into a fan club for David Bowie. STEVE BARBIN is 
singing in the Morman Tabernacle Choir. PAM SPARTA is into inter-galatic communication, she claims she has 
made contact with major Tom. DAVE PACHEO is a drugged out rock star. KEVIN TARR is currently third 
snowflake from the left in the Boston Ballet's production of the Nut Cracker, he beat out NANCY WINN who 
was dropped to fourth snowflake on the left. 




A number of our classmates went into the field of science. JIM VERMETTE felt bad about not giving blood so 
he donated his eyeballs to science. LAURA DIFRANCESCO and KIM TOWLER have discovered a cure of for 
shortness. CAROL NEUBERT received the Nobel peace prize for passing Mr. Salemi's course. PATTY KEYES is 
analyzing the behavior of psychology teachers. PETER GIANNOUSIS discovered a cure for the hiccups GARY 
GAGNON is now chauffer for the president in that beautiful blue and white '64 Jet. JOE BOUCHER is presently 
writing the 1989 SAT tests. ROSIE REAGAN was found guilty and was hung for stepping on a leprachaun while 
doing a jig. JOE FLOCKERZI is now a sanitary engineer, among his employees are: POSTIE and BILL DONA- 
VAN. ANN FORCIER is living on Lake Winnepasaukie partying hours are as follows: Monday through Sunday 
6P.M. to 6 A.M. CHERYL FOSTER invented the Tootsie Bowl. ALAN DEWHURST and PATH NOBEL are 
living high in the hills of Mexico. DANY LYONS, alias Tigger, is now behind bars at the Franklin Park Zoo. 
BILL TOWNE has just been elected as President of the Pot Smokers of America. 

Our paths have all gone separate ways however we'll always have the spirit which makes our class so special. 

THE END 

The last four years have been something which we will all remember. But the past is behind us. In years to 
come the class of 79" will definitely make an imprint on society. Our class is made up of many people with 
many personalities and I'm sure that most of us will rank Iiigli in society. 



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CLASS HISTORY 



In the fall of 1975 we were the first freshman class to enter this brand new thirteen million dollar high school. 
Since then much damage has been done thanks to Bernie Dunn, John Valerio, Bob Smith, Ray Demers, Barbara 
Martin, Annette Mustapha, and Debbie Kahili, to name a few. We were all very nervous upon our arrival here, 
but glad that we got a few extra weeks vacation. We were always getting lost and it served as a good excuse for 
our lateness to class. Unfortunately this excuse has not held up in the past few months. Mr. Whiting is not as 
gullible and Scott Consoli can no longer use that as an excuse. Speaking of Scott, many people remember when 
they found out his middle name is Placido. 

At the end of a long first year we were all ready to tackle another year. We were no longer the low men on the 
totem pole. It was fun to watch the freshmen lose their way and we enjoyed giving them the wrong directions. 
Bob Caveretta, Ron McGrath, Burt Getchell, Cathy Caraccio, Cheryl Foster, and Colleen Fowler were amongst 
the many who got their thrills from sending the girls into the boys' bathroom. We were the first class to order 
and receive our class rings in our sophomore year. They made us feel very grown-up and we enjoyed showing 
them off to everyone. Thanks to Mr. Francis, our sophomore class advisor, who worked very hard to make sure 
we got them before leaving for summer vacation. President Nina Giles, vice-president Deirdre Hegarty, secre- 
tary Maureen Halloran, and treasurer Regina Danahy our class officers, put a lot of time and effort into 
designing and ordering our rings. With our new school they felt we needed a new seal so a new one was 
designed and the traditional one was left to collect dust. 

At last we were juniors! And what a busy junior year we had. Our newly elected class officers: President 
Maureen Halloran, vice-president Mark Gilbert, secretary Mary Jo McCarthy, and treasurer Roberta Leslie 
worked hard to make it a better year. It was the first year a semi-formal was held. Thanks to Mrs. Vanhorne it 
was a great success. 




Stevens' Studios soon arrived to take our class pictures. And they most certainly had a way to make those 
stone faces smile. They did a lovely job on some, but forced others to go to Loring's. The band took a trip to 
Washington, a trip that they will never forget. Thanks to Dave Jaworski and Dave Pacheco they enlightened the 
lives of the Senators by revealing their better cheeks on the Capitol. While we are on the subject of the band, 
what would we do without them. They were always fun to listen to at assemblies and rallies. The band has quite 
the reputation with their parties and bus trips. Ace did a fine job as drum major, nobody knew how high he 
was . . . up in the stands. Talented musicians included in the band are: Dave Pacheco, Mitch Kearny, Dennis 
Lorenza, George Farrell, Doug Constentino, Chris Donigian, Carl Wunderlich, Lisa Lacroix, Joe Pantano, and 
Marie LTtalien. In the powder-puff football scene we felt "ripped-off by the seniors because they stole our two 
touchdowns. What sore losers! 

Do you believe we finally made it to our senior year? And we have lived to tell about it. The year started off by 
the election of the class officers: President Mark Gilbert, vice-president Rosemary Regan, secretary Mary Jo 
McCarthy, and treasurer Margaret Hovanasian. Then they went right to work planning dances and blood- 
mobile. Bloodmobile went fine with the exception of one casualty, Kim Jackson. In powder-puff football we lost 
because of a penalty for clipping and felt we were "ripped-off" for the second year in a row. Animal House 
brought a whole new trend to Methuen High and they could have filmed Animal House II right here. Toga was 
now a household word, especially at the houses of Roy Arsenault and Colleen O'Connell. Foodfights were also a 
major part in our everyday school life. John Belushi would have been proud of us. The senior class play, "May 
The Farce Be With You", starring Maureen Halloran, Chris Childs, Celeste Morrel, Mike Keany, Lisa Mugavero, 
Sandy Spina, Kenny Wilman, Danielle Latullipe, Lisa Dole, Scott Consoli, Rob Sergi, Bob Cavaretta, Kelly 
Gollin, Sue Grondine, and Kasper Maksian, was a great success and nearly a sell-out all three nights. And it is 
truly history what was really written in the tapioca pudding. Now we are going to "Ease on Down the Road" for 
all our disco dancers. Showing you the way are Cindy Salmon, Nancy Winn, Ann Guilmette, Terry Melisi, 
Deidre Wheeler, Debbie Spaniol and the leader of the pack Jim Fraas. And who could ever forget the times on 
Pie Hill, especially the camping trip. February is the perfect time for camping and what better place than Pie 
Hill, but with this goes a warning that you must have supplies to keep the blood circulating. To end our four 
years, finals began. Many of us felt that this was not fair, so we rebelled by not taking them and going to the 
beach, even though it was cold and rainy. For the seniors who are out in the parking lot, Dave Pacheco, Sue 



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Vachon, Barbara Martin, Jim Hermans, Alan Dewhirst, and Anne St. Paul to name a few, we all hope you are 
not doing any damage. Vandalism to cars is well-known by Gary Gagnon, Maureen Halloran, Chris Donigian, 
Mitch Kearny, DeAnna Jesse, Vito Ansaldi, and Tina Thibault. So please leave them alone! 

And now time for you jocks and jockettes tm enjoy the spotlight. Thanks to the efforts from out tri-captains, 
Jon and Greg Morin and Joe Finochiaro. They produced the first winning football season Methuen has seen in a 
long time. They could not have done it without the help of Kevin Tarr, Ron McGrath, Scott Tisbert, Steve 
Ventre, Kevin Bradley, Wayne Holden, Chuck Hilliard, and Gerry Wells. The cheerleaders were headed by 
Mary Jo Roberge and Gail Mansour and always had plenty of pep. Our field hockey team deserves much 
recognition for earning M. V. C. champs and making it into the Northern Area Finalists. For that we have to 
think co-captains, Kathy Szostak and Janice Wadsworth, and their winning team including Beth Childs, Nancy 
Macleod, and Linda Mistal. Soccer is becoming a popular sport and giving it a good name from here to the New 
York Hotel are Gary Gagnon, Buddy Haney, Chris Childs, and Dave Harceau. Both girls' and boys' cross 
country deserve a lot of credit for running out in that sub-zero weather along the road to Grandmother's house. 
The boys cross country team won it's second M. V. C. crown in the past three years. The team was lead by 
captain Dave Kazanjian, Jim Fones, Roy Arsenault, Mark Gilbert, Eddie Oleforowicz, Bob Dennis, Vinnie 
Ardizzone, Pete O'Dowd, Rob Sergi, and Kevin Deschene. The girls highlighting the team were Donna Ken- 
dall, Bobbi Baker, Kim Towler, and Kathy Bradley. The volleyball team was full of power-houses including Ann 
Leonard, Kathy Bitler, Colleen O'Connell, and Lesley Austin. The ski team is still new, but did very well and 
shows much promise. Included in the downhill speedsters are captain Lynne Reitano, Dennis Lorenza, Linda 
Gerardi, Christine Donigian, Pam Deflippo, Colleen O'Connell, Mimi Ledger, Diane Brooks, Sherri McCann, 
and Linda Brown who always liked cross-country skiing better. Our hockey team did well but how could they 
do anything else but with the cheerleaders and their flashy new jumpsuits. The cheerleaders included co- 
captains, Kim Jackson and Paula Koralishin, and Celeste Morrel. The boys on the hockey team included 
co-captains, Eddie Nutter and Jon Morin, assistant co-captains, Buddy Haney and Greg Morin, and also Joey 
Vandette, Jim McNulty, Kevin Lanouette, and Tony Tine. The wrestling team was headed by the Big Bad Bad 
Cavaretta, Chris Croce, John Palermo, Steve Roberge, Alan Lambert, and Glenn Demers. Our basketball team 
under the direction of an excellent new coach, Bill Donlon did a fine job with such outstanding athletes 
including Kevin Bradley, Mark Wante, and Wayne Holden. The girls' basketball team was M. V. C. champs and 
state semi-finalists. Included in this team were Judy St. Hilaire, Sandy Leahy, and the field hockey team. There 
are not enough words to describe our super girls gymnastics team. With outstanding performances from Chris 
Bergeron, Brenda Contarino, Ann Guilmette, and Kelly Kenvon. On the other side of the fence we have the 
boys' gymnastics team including Tony Franciosa, Donny Brandin, Earl Feugill. Jim Amcre, and Greg Daigle. In 
the past 4 years the boys indoor and outdoor track teams have been on the uprise. The once cellar team of the M. 
V. C. is now the talk of the town, and state! In the past 2 years they have won 4 state crowns along with 3 M. V. 
C. championships, beating Andover this spring for the first time in 20 years, Mr. Klimas, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Blood, 
and Mr. Golack have done a fine job with these boys. Co-captains Dave Kazanjian, Kevin Tarr, Steve Ventre, 
and Gerry Wells have lead the team along with the help of George Baker, Chuck Hillard, Eddie Oleforowicz, 
Mark Gilbert, Joe Murach, Wayne Holden, Roy Arsenault, Mark Pennisi, and Bob Dennis. Now for the better 
half of the track teams we have the girls' indoor-outdoor track teams. They have been improving ever since they 
were formed and could not have been so great without the help of tri-captains Maureen Halloran, Donna 
Kendall, and Lesley Austin. Also runnin the laps were Kim Towler, Bobby Baker, and Ann Leonard. Golf may 
seem like a boring sport to some but to Danny Lyons, Jimmy Menihane, and Fred Corey putting it in the hole 
really counts. Our outstanding baseball team was headed by Jay Dzoiba, Chris Waszczuk, Todd Catteau, Mike 
Ford, Steve Paralisi, Ron McGrath, Mark Wante, Gary Gagnon, Jon Morin, Kevin Bradley, and Bob Griffin. The 
girls' tennis team is really hitting them where it counts. The girls who enjoy this racquet are tri-captain Pam 
DeFlippo, Andrea Chatis, and Colleen O'Connell. Also on the team are Gail Zilinsky, Pam Hallaran, and Linda 
Mistal. The boys tennis team, even though headed by the juniors, did well. The softball team was supported by 
the field hockey and basketball teams. Where would we be without those girls. "All did well even though the 
Eagle Tribune did not give them the recognition they deserved!!!! 

These are only a small part of our four years. We can not express our memories and feelings on paper, but 
rather share the past, present, and future in our hearts together. 



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CLASS WILL 



We the senior class of 1979 being of sound mind and body do hereby leave 
May, 1979 .... 




is 31st day of 



We, Sandy, Julie and Linda leave Mr. Ziminski the new edition of Johnny Pineapple in concert. 

We, Linda and Pam, leave Miss Allen newspapers, paper towels and chocolate chip cookies for next year's 
Individual State Tournament. 

We, Ellen and Sue, Leave Mr. Melnicki's one disconnected telephone line so he can continue his classes 
without any interruptions. 

I, Julie, leave Mr. Francis the E.R.A.. 

Sue, Kel, Kevin, Tony and Kathy leave: National Pain Day, Insult Day and Fire Day to any Juniors who can 
handle it next year in Senior Study. 



The cast members of the Senior Class Play leave Arthur Hagopia* 
Problem Actors. 



istruction manual on How To Control 




play with. 




We, Bill, Mitch, Mike and Paul leave Shack Road in Rubbles. 

We, level E Calculus Class, leave Mr. Sieg one black hole, the function ex and a new Wa 

I, Patti Keyes, leave Lisa Bebo her 50th sick day and a big surprise on May 26th. 

D.L. leaves Joe Mulligan a kiss on the cheek that has been long overdue. 

We the Senior Class of '79 leave Miss Dufresne one blow-up Burt Reynolds doll. 

We, Bill and Helga, leave Route 93's exit South to Boston open to all concert goers, that was traveled by m 
and remembered by few. 

I, Beeb, leave Mr. Whiting a shine and buff kit. 

Pam, Colleen and Andrea leave to our sisters the "family wagon." 

We, Celeste and Nancy, leave to Mrs. Krussel: one pack of gum, one Jim Smith and one space c 

I, Dave Kazanjian leave my 56 Guidance Appointment passes with Miss Demers (4 cancelled), to any ne\ 
senior who needs guidance, when in need, she's a friend indeed, Thanks Miss Demers! 

We, Lisa, Diane, Debbie, Joanna and Kathy leave the teachers of SE 5, NE 6, and SE 10 a year's supply of, 
"We're here's". 

Sheiba leaves Donney; All the luck in the world for the future, many memories and much love for being there 
when Gramps was gone. 

Susan and Kelly leave with 12 years of "best friendship" and many more to follow. 

I Carol leave Mr. Francis enough courage to tackle another year of "bonehead" English classes. 

We, Mrs. Crane's E level English class, leave Mrs. Crane, Steve Keff to love and adore forever. 

I Sharon Gebo leave Mr. Mazzaglia one clean desk and an efficient secretary to record grades, correct papers 
and run errands. 

I, Danielle, leave Mr. Francis 10 lyrical, spherical, diabolical, denisons of the deep who haul, stall, around the 






corner of the quo, quay, queasy all at the very same time! 

To Lisa Gagne and Scotty, I leave you the best of luck, and don't forget to have fun! 

Dot, Linda and Jodie leave Mr. Dodson 3 Scarlett O'Hara's. 

I leave Mitch Kearny one pair of Bugeyes. 

To Steve Parclisi and Bob Cavaretta, I leave the state of Florida to bask in the rays. 

I Maureen leave Mrs. Szostak all the mirrors in the school. 

We, Laurie, Pam, Mary, Cheryl, Laurie, Diane, Patty, Kathy, Valerie, Wendy, Dotty and Sue of A level Office 
Machines Class, leave all the Juniors all our jammed machines. 

I Kathy leave Mr. Whiting the B.S.A.E. award — Best Supporter of Athletic Events and my thanks. 

Lisa an Lisa leave P. Walsh a supply of Binaca for those in between period smokes. 

Cindy leaves Mrs. Bergeron one cap for my tooth and a new plastic bat. 

We the Seniors of the tennis team leave to the rest of the team, and over, and over, and over .... 

We, Lisa Berube and Sue Ayotte, leave Mr. Mollesso our cleaned and pressed gym suits so that he may pass 
them on to two deserving girls who will wear them because we didn't. 

I Mork leave to Rover one Na-Noo, Na-Noo. 



Mr. Francis' F level class leaves him a sick one-liner to add to his repertoire. 

We, Steve Ventre and Bob Sergik do hereby leave Bob Cavaretta one shirt that fits, a manual on How to Play 
Football and a Book entitled, Hou> to Pick Up Girls. 

J.B., C.C., and S.G. leave to S.C., T.J., and C.S. one night in detention because everyone should have the 
experience. 

We, Colleen, Cathy, Andrea and Pam leave to Mr. Smith — one case of Molsons. 

The Newspaper Staff leaves Mr. Shamburgur Louis and Arthur! Lots of luck. 

We leave to Mr. Fuller a crash helmet for the next Toga Day in case of flying swords. 

We, Marie, Gail, Shirley and Judy leave Terri her own Food IV class and a life long collection of Barry 
Manilow albums. 

I, Gail, leave to Maria D. my locker to, quote, "talk" by. 

The seniors on the soccer team leave Mr. Sorter a "Yankee" Tee Shirt so he can always remember the 2nd best 
team he has ever seen. 

Mr. Bergeron's G level girls' gym class, days 2,4,6, leave her an obstacle course to do with as she wants. 

We, Gary and Pam, leave to Mr. Salemi one Joe Pantano. 

We the Senior Class of 79 leave Kazoo one way to get through college — the same way he got through high 
school! 

I Jodie leave Dot one happy bottle, 3 parties and one musical. 

I Elmer Fudd leave Jay S. one cow from Gweenie's. 



We the members of level G Comedy and Humor class dp hereby leave Mr. Melnicki one quiet last level. 
Gary and Tony leave Mr. Moore one sharp knife to cut the chatter with. 

We, Lori, Manreen and Laurie, leave all the students of Miss St.Pierre's all the excuses for being late. 

To Anne Fargnoli, I leave a book on How to get a Guy and Keep Him. 

We, Mr. Zim's A&P classy level A, leave him a new flourescent green lab coat containing 17 pockets to put all 
our unfinished tests in. - * 



I Chris Donigian leave to Mr. Isadore someone to crack up in the middle of every concert. 

We, Helga and Bill, leave Mr. Isadore one bleeding ulcer to remember us by. 

Brenda and Andrea leave Mr. Kevgas, Mrs. Contarino, and Mrs. Strozza, Sammy Gordon from the court of 
Flage, Florida. 

We, the girl's tennis team, leave a bottle of shampoo and cream rinse, one medium-sized salad bowl and 
balls. m~\ 



Fric and Frac leave big Dave Whiting all our empty Molsen bottles and our term paper on Frank Zappa. 

To Miss St. Pierre's level G bookkeeping class, I leave all her practice sets and all her journals. 

The Flunkies of Mr. Sieg's Calculus 2 class leave him-glady. 

The girls of E level class leave Mr. Francis an open invitation to speak before the League on Women Voters. 

The Seniors of Pie Hill leave the Salem Blue Devils a damaged car. 

I, Pam D.j leave Mr. Klimas my tennis raquet. I don't deserve it for losing to him. 

I, Cindy, wish next years girls track team as much luck as this years team. 

I, Marie, leave Mr. Robillard, a toupee. 

I, Paula, leave to my little sister Ann my cheering uniform and all the aggravation and fun that goes with it. 

I, Sheila, leave Donna R. one steel mushroom named Pelzy. 

We, the seniors in units 3 & 4 of Judy Cades cooking class, leave her another bottle of Scrubbing Bubbles 
Shampoo. 



The newspaper staff leaves Mrs. Longshore one bus standing alone by the cheese which rat was supposed to 
eat, but ,-"> f 

I, Marie, leave my sister, 3 more years in the school. 

I, Roberta Leslie, leave Mrs. Boruki an honorary degree to Norm Crosby's school of public speaking. 

We, Kel & Bill, leave our favorite partying alley in Boston to anyone who can find it. 

We, Susan Ayotte and Ellen Mahoney, leave Miss Doran, one dictational transcription quiz to be completed 
by the end of class, with only one error allowed in order to pass. 

We, Janice, Kathy and Nancy leave Rom, Nancy and Nancy the desire and determination to be successful 
leaders as athletes. 

Level C Behavioral Science class leaves Mr. Rigby, Ahmm, his supposedly, Ahhm, last "easy", test of the 
year. 




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The back row of Mr. Melnicki's D level English class leave him a bullhorn to teach the class with. 
Miss Demer's councellees leave her the best of luck and patience with next year's college — bound seniors. 

Ann and Bow-wow leave Mr. Bill Becker a personal day out so that he may experience an enjoyable day at the 
beach — alone. 

I Steve Bruce leave George Porier, Bob Veins, Chris Mastorakis and John Cantarelli all the smoke runs I left 
with, 69 GT's, 340 Dart and my 350 Camaro. Plus all the memories at the New England dragway on Wednes- 
days. 

I Lisa leave Mr. Cullen one slightly used top-hat and cane and a $10.00 off coupon at Mr. Tux. 



I Mark Gilbert leave to all my friends the best of luck in whatever they choose to undertake in life. 

I Kazoo leave Scott Consoli a bottle of Bufferins for all the headaches he gave me in Dave's class . . . 
. . . 11 . . . . B!!! 

I Christine Kinney leave enough nurses passes for Terri England to last next year. 



psssst 



We, Nancy and Celeste leave to Mr. Whiting two more ding-a-lings to take our place in next years B level 
study. 

I Gail Mansur leave to next year's varsity football and basketball cheerleading co-captains, Dale DiMaggio 
and Dianne Stott, all the luck and patience in the world. 

I Marie B. do leave to Mrs. Kern her own display window to fix the way she wants it. 

Mr. Jenning's F-level English class leaves to Mr. Jennings a month of flood days to fix his furnace. 

I Ellie leave to Terri D. one book on coordinating clothes. 

We the seniors of D-level Ecology class leave Mr. Mazzaglia a toupee for the shining spot on his head. Signed, 
Irving. 

Mark and Danielle both leave one free "Weekend" in Colorado for Mr. Sieg to enjoy all by himself. 

I, dear, leave Scott 100 pounds of wheat cakes to sop up de gravy, honey. 

We the class of 1979 leave to Judy King lots of love. 

I Charlayne, leave Janice one more NA-NOO, NA-NOO and a couple of Mr. Francis's blase jokes for old times 
sake. 

We, from SE 4&5, leave Yvonne a full years subscription for Playgirl. 

I, Kasper, leave Glenn William Dollar contractsso he isn't a free agent next winter track season. 

The Senior football players, leave Tibby a clean jook (athletic support) so he'll finally know what one feels like. 

I, Maureen, leave Scotty a whip. 

We, Mr. Whiting's F-level leave him Rick's sunglasses to keep the glare out of his eyes. 

Robert Sergi, leave Tom Beaulieu and Tim Haley as captains of the Cross County — Archeology Club. 

I, Annette Lee, leave Mr. Salmansohn a long list of unwanted sites. 

Mr. Zim, C-level Anatomy class leave him a book of untold stories to tell to his future classes. 

Kathy and Lisa leave Mr. Tradette one broomstick and a bag of M&M's for those below him. 




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David, Lisa, and Jodie, leave Spanish IV gladly. 



Kathy, Dave, and other 6 level bone heads, leave to any underclassman who thinks he can handle it, the right 
to become a bonehead in Mr. Francis's class. 




■...;.. 



We, The Honor Society, leave Diane Moore 1,000 dance tickets to be numbered. 

Joe, leaves Toni another locker for all his friends to use, and to Isadore, an old used up line — you're as birght 
as a 3 watt buld. 



I, Bob Caveretta, leave Jim Vermette 
dropper. 



truckload of Visine and a giant eye- 



L 




I, Steve Parolisi, leave Bob Caveretta, a sheet from K-Mart to blow his giant doe-nose. 

I, Mark Gilbert, leave to Mr. Gagne, one side order of Mautzaballs to enjoy whenever he feels the urge coming 
n. 

We, Marie, Gail, Shirley, and Judy, leave Miss Cade a new gasman. 

I, Joanne C, leave Mr. Russell a complete set of Craftsman tools to fix all his broken toys with. 

To Brenda C. I leave 1 all-expensed paid trip to Florida one way. 

To. Gary and Steve, leave Mr. Mazzagglia 1 helicopter drop. 

We, Linda and Kathy, leave to our teamates healthy vocal cords "Let's give a cheer from east to west and raise 
our hands up to the sky." 

We, Acrobatman and Albatross, leave Ma all our love and Arthur Rigopian. 

I, Andrea, leave Kathy Bradley, the quality of land, life, and the Salem Police. 

I, Kathy, leave Nancy Rooh, a slo-motion victory, Ro, lots of Pinnuche Fudge, and Nancy S., all the freedom 
she wants as Link. 

We, Booche, Mitch, Ace, and Chico, leave Mr. Isadore, all our empties he didn't get on the Washington trip. 

We, the seniors of field hockey, basketball and softball leave to our coach-10 suicides for being late, a 
matching wardrobe, a slightly-used mouthguard and many more wishes for successful years in coaching. 

I.J.M., leave R.D. one book entitled "1000 Tortures" and a little bit of understanding. 

Signed and attended to this 31st day of May, 1979. 

Jonathan Morin 
Danielle Latulippe 





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Condon Construction 

5 Corner Sub Shop 

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Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Dodson 

Paul H. Findeisen 

Good Luck Class of '79 — Theresa M. Borrelli 

Eleanor L. Lane 

Frank H. Galeucia 

Miss Renee Burba 

Flora Doiron & Roanne Burba 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. Wilman 

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Student Directory 



Abdallah, Charlotte 17 Annis St. 

Agnew, Lori 7 Emmett Ave. 

Akimchuk Sharon 79 Harvard Ave 

Amore, James 18 Sorrento Ave. 

Amore, Louis 18 Sorrento Ave. 

Ansaldi, Vito 50 Frye Rd. 

Ardiyzone, Laurie 66 French St. 

Ardiyzone, Vincent 24 Weisner Parkway 

Arsenault, Robert 7 Edwards Ave. 

Arsenault, Roy 314 Broadway 

Ataide, Linda 14 Strathmore Rd. 

Auger, Don 25 Haverhill St. 

Austin, Lesley 296 Hampshire Rd. 

Ayote, Susan 19 Budron Rd. 

Azevedo, Yvonne 7 Euclid Ave. 

Baillargeon, Denise 12 Winchester Ave. 

Baillargeon, Lisa 73 Tower St. 

Baker, George 60 Hampstead St. 

Baker, Roberta 57 Conrad St. 

Barbagallo, Alfred 42 Frye Rd. 

Barbin, Carol 26 Mouterey Rd. 

Barbin, Glenn 22 Butternut Ln. 

Bardwell, Deborah 24 North Lowell St. 

Barry, Tom 3 Hayol St. 

Battaglia, Karen 32 Perley St. 

Beaulac, Gary 18 Annis St. 

Bebo, Lisa 177 E. Pleasant Valley St. 

Beacotte, Debbie 6 Lippold St. 

Bell, Glenn 173 Warwick St. 

Bentley, Jacqueline 6 Anderson Dr. 

Bergeron, Christine 56 Pleasant St. 

Berube, Lisa Coachman Ln. 

Bibeau, Kevin 134 North St. 

Bilapka, Barry 344 Pelham, St. 

Bistany, Caroline 1 Brook St. 

Bitler, Kathleen 37 Pinehurst Ave. 

Blain, Donna 80 Tower St. 

Blondin, Cynthia 22 Harvard Ave. 

Babola, Tom 709 Lowell St. 

Bohne, Marie 123 Edgewood Ave. 

Bonanno, Donna 13 Quincy St. 

Bouchard, Charles 350 Howe St. 

Boucher, Joseph 140 Hamstead St. 

Bradley, Kathleen 23 Swan St. 

Bradley, Kevin 114 Pleasant St. 

Brandin, Donald 18 Cherry Hill 

Breton, Dawn 40 Tyler Ave. 

Brien, Kathleen 10 College Ln. 

Brooks, Diane 191 Butternut Lane 

Brouder, Sean 6 Ashton Place 

Brown, Linda 224 Wheeler St. 

Brown, Sara 19 Wicasset St. 

Brown, Sue 97 Adams Ave. 

Brown, William 394 Howe St. 

Bruce, Stephen 97 Baystate Rd. 

Buckland, Patricia 41 Pinehurst Ave. 



Budrevich, Dorothy 91 Edgewood Ave. 

Bundzinski, Dan Ill Lowell St. 

Buote, Michael 57 Cypress Ave. 

Burgess, Lisa 4 Winchester Ave. 

Burokas, Paul 24 Forest St. 

Burton, Glenn 38 Atkinson St. 

Busta, Donna 10 Joffre St. 

Buyck, Brenda 51 Beverly St. 

Campiola, Brian 57 Merriline Ave. 

Campone, Marie 7 Sunny Ave. 

Carabello, Dave 598 Lowell St. 

Caraccio, Cathy 106 Oakside Ave. 

Carver, Paul 55 Oak Hill Dr. 

Castle, Steven 383 Pelham St. 

Catteau, Todd 2 Freeport Ave. 

Cavallaro, Joanne 12 Oak Knoll Rd. 

Cavallaro, Laura 19 Oak Crest Cir. 

Cavaretta, Bob 4 Sorrentto Ave. 

Cebulla, Janet 11 Marylou St. 

Chapman, Robert 19 Summer St. 

Chatis, Andrea 4 Emery St. 

Childs, Christopher 1 Coachman Ln. 

Childs, Beth 1 Coachman Ln. 

Chantoian, Irene 255 Oakland Ave. 

Ciardello, James 31 Bailet St. 

Collier, Scott 534 Forest St. 

Collins, Kathleen 319 Lowell St. 

Consoli, Scott 13 Louise Ave. 

Contarino, Ann-Maria 11 Agnes Ter. 

Contarino, Brenda 63 Harvard Ave. 

Converse, Theresa 61 Mystic St. 

Corey, Fred 685 Howe St. 

Cormier, Lois 13 Webb St. 

Corso, David 5 Couit St. 

Croce, Christopher 28 Monroe Ave. 

Cruz, Jorge 19 Stafford St. 

Curtis, Catherine 5 Nesmith St. 

Daigle, Greg 44 Kensington Ave. 

Danahy, Regina 89 Deborah Ave. 

Davey, Cathleen 46 Oneida St. 

DeChane, Kevin 47 Milk St. 

DeBurro, Pamela 9 Smith St. 

DeFillippo, Pamela 27 Franceila Rd. 

Dejonka, Debbie 351 Lowell St. 

DeLoge, Janet 106 Myrtle St 

Demarkis, Lisa 23 Hunter Ave. 

Demers, Wayne 506 Howe St. 

DeMonaco, Scott 14 Woodland Cir. 

DeMonaco, Lisa 19 Shirley Ave. 

Deneu, Dave 10 Russ St. 

Dennis, Robert 51 Lowell St. 

DeSantis, Sam 24 Boylston St. 

Deschamps, Michelle 25 Stevens St. 

Deschene, Denise 16 Marjorie St. 

Desjardins, Robert 165 Forest St. 

Despres, Leslie 18 Russell St. 



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Desrochers, Maureen 25 Ford St. 

Dewhurst, Alan 15 Hidden Rd. 

D'Hondt Darlene 24 Pelham Ave. 

DiBeradinis, John 5 Maple St. 

DiDio, Lisa 146 North Lowell St. 

Dollar, Mary 45 Huntington Ave. 

Donigian, Christine 23 Harvard Ave. 

Dubois, Marie 18 Ridge Rd. 

Duffy, Michael 187 Lowell St. 

Dunn, Bernard 369 Pelham St. 

Durling, Cheryl 10 Nelson Ave. 

D'Urso Rebecca 104 Jackson St. 

Dzioba, John 8 Dewey St. 

Egan, Debbie 31 North Lowell St. 

Egan, Diane 31 North Lowell St. 

Egnet, Diane 70 Olive St. 

Evans, Jodie 5 Albion St. 

Fair, Terri Ann 19 Magna Rd. 

Farelli, Michael 33 Greendale St. 

Farley, Patricia 183 Oak St. 

Faro, Alan 3 Green St. 

Farrell, George 77 Amis St. 

Fascione, Philip 34 Kimball Rd. 

Faucher, Debra 9 Almont St. 

Ferrara, Marylou 22 Erhardt Ter. 

Ferris, Marcia 45 Davis Rd. 

Filicamo, Linda 23 Oakland Ave. 

Finocchiaro, Joseph 46 West Ayer St. 

Flemming, James 34 Albion St. 

Flockerzi, Joseph 31 Carleton St. 

Fones, James 20 Howe St. 

Frederick, Deborah 363 Forest St. 

Forcier, Ann-Marie 17 Glen Forest Ave. 

Ford, Mike 9 Winthrop Ave. 

Fortin, Linda 73 Comet Rd. 

Fortin, Lori Ann 67 Derry Rd. 

Foster, Cheryl 12 Willow St. 

Fowler, Collene 21 Larchwood Rd. 

Fraas, Jimmy 55 French St. 

Franciosa, Anthony 19 Boomazian Rd. 

Frasca, Jo-Ann 15 Stevens St. 

Gagne, Charles 7 Arthur St. 

Gagne, Lisa 134 Haverhill St. 

Gagnon, David 84 Hillcrest Ave. 

Gagnon, Eleanor 160 Lowell St. 

Gagnon, Gary 90 Weybosset St. 

Gagnon, Peter 423 Howe St. 

Gallagher, Donald 117 Hampshire Rd. 

Gallagher, Mary Beth 17 Peaslee Ter. 

Gallant, Donna 24 Jane Rd. 

Ganim, Doreen 19 Dottie Ln. 

Garside, Theodore 5 Garside Ter. 

Garson, Laura 31 North Lowell St. 

Gaumond, Shaun 87 Golf Ave. 

Gauvin, Cindy 4] Palanga Rd. 

Geary, Kathleen 52 Tower St. 



Gebo, Sharon 42 Harris St. 

Geradi, Linda 18 Butternut Ln. 

Germain, Al 312 Broadway 

Getchell, Albert 5 Ridge St. 

Giannousis, Pantelis 36 Haverhill St. 

Hermans, Ellen 17 Sandra Ln. 

Hermans, Jim 17 Sandra Ln. 

Hilderbrandt, Evelyn 10 Tyler St. 

Hillard, Chuck 29 Larchwood Rd. 

Holden, Wayne 15 Durrell St. 

Homes, Daniel 158 Butternut Ln. 

Hovonasian, Margaret 167 Tyler St. 

Hurrell, Keith 38 Maplewood Ave. 

Iannalfo, Mary 49 Birchwood Rd. 

L'ltalian, Marie 9 Madison St. 

Gilbert, Mark 48 High St. Apt 14 

Giles, Nina 19 Smith Ave. 

Giles, Julie 19 Smith Ave. 

Gillis, Robert III 40 Jane Rd. 

Giordano, Michael 57 Oak St. 

Godin, Carol 3 Wilson St. 

Gollan, Kelley 74 Oakside Ave. 

Gosselin, Lisa 293 Jackson St. 

Griffin, Bob 146 Oak St. 

Grondine, Susan 4 Moody Ave. 

Guillette, Timothy 26 Haverhill St. 

Guilmette, Ann 31 Woodbum Dr. 

Guimond, Lisa 51 French St. 

Hailson, Steve 19 Webb St. 

I la j jar, Brenda 17 Lippold St. 

Hall, Ralph |r 14 Kendall St. 

Halloran, Maureen 165 Berkeley St. 

Halloran, Pamela 130 Warwick St. 

Haney, William 69 Lowell St. 

Harrison, Colleen 32 Keach St. 

Hayes, Valerie 78 Oakside Ave. 

Hegarty, Diedre 51 Resevoir St. 

Jackson, Kimberly 31 Campus Rd. 

Jacohucci , Paul 40 Howe St. 

Jaworski, David 76 Clayton Ave. 

Jessie, De-Anna 91 Currier St. 

Kalil, Deborah 2 Hilltop Rd. 

Kane, Kristine 11 Ensley Ter. 

Kane, Susan 344 Lowell St. 

Kazanjian, David 80 Prospect St. 

Kearny, Michael 1 Huntington Ave. 

Kearny, Mitchell 156 Howe St. 

Kelley, Pamela 46 Kimball Rd. 

Kendall, Donna 59 Woburn St. 

Kenney, Teresa 35 Hampstead St. 

Kenyon, Hope 142 Lowell St. 

Kenyon, Kelly 234 North Lowell St. 

Kerman, Brian 42 Tyler St. 

Keys, Patricia 59 Davis Rd. 

Khentigan, Lisa 165 Swan St. 

King, Judy 31 North Lowell St. 



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Kinney, Christine 8 Caswell Ave. 

Kisiel, William 9 Hill Ave. 

Koralishn, Paula 689 Jackson St. 

Korzeb, Kathleen 24 Concord St. 

Kuchar, Elaine 3 Wellington St. 

Labrecque, Louise 368 Pelham St. 

Lacroix, Lisa 161 Tyler St. 

Lahey, Sandra 33 Camden St. 

Lambert, Alan 26 Elm St. 

Lamontage, Christine 8 North St. 

Lanouette, Kevin 31 Oak Hill Dr. 

Laorenza, Dennis 10 Albermarle St. 

Latorre, Joel 34 Forest St. 

Latorre, Wendy 142 Jackson St. 

Latulippe, Danielle 15 Tremont St. 

Latulippe, Nancy 64 Emsley Ter. 

Latulippe, Shirley 378 Forest St. 

Latulippe, Theresa 17 Riverview Ave. 

Laverriere, Philip Jr 24 Edgewood Ter. 

Lacerriere, Rebecca 24 Edgewood Ter. 

Lavoie, Mark 7 Campus Rd. 

Lawrence, Michael 9 Gleason St. 

Lee, Annette 22 Oakcrest Cir. 

Leger, Michelle 91 Arnold St. 

LeMieux, Linda 13 Brown St. 

Lemieux, Bill 21 Palanga St. 

Lemoine, Kevin 47 Davis Rd. 

Leonard, Ann 240 Hampstead St. 

Leonhart, Shari 6 Garden City Rd. 

Leslie, Roberta 20 Oak Hill Dr. 

Linton, Cathy 19 Almont St. 

Lombardo, Mary 34 Derry Rd. 

Lucchesi, Lisa 45 Olive St. 

Lumb, Cheryl 54 Cypress Ave. 

Lupo. Laura 53 Plymouth St. 

Lyons, Daniel 14 Tower St. 

Macdonald, Sheila 90 Elmwood Rd. 

Maclauchlan, Scott 173 Hampshire Rd. 

Maclean, Tim 7 Washington St. 

Macleod, Nancy 26 Woodburn Dr. 

Magoon, Cheryl 45 Clifton Rd. 

Mahoney, Ellen 14 Gaywood Cir. 

Maksian, Kasper 3 Combination St. 

Mansor, Marsha 3 Birch Ave. 

Mansur, Gail 13 Merrill St. 

Marceau, David 59 Butternut Ln. 

Marchese, Angela 37 Meadowxrook Rd. 

Marchman, Susan 6 Bearse Ave. 

Mariano, Taryn 200 Pleasant St. 

Martin, Barbara 7 Smith Ave. 

Masterangelo, James 56 Timber Ln. 

Masreangelo, John 56 Timber Ln. 

Matton, Karen 59 Lyndale Ave. 

Maurais, Laura 14 Crestshire Ln. 

McAdam, Kevin 16 Tobey Ave. 

McCann, Sherry 53 Vi Oakland Ave. 



McCarthy, Cynthia 25 North St. 

McCarthy, Mary-Jo 17 Barker St. 

McCullough, John 482 Lowell St. 

McGibbon, Jo' Ann 12 Barker St. 

McGrath, Ronnie 142 Butternut Ln. 

McKenzie, Scott 281 Oak St. 

McMurray, Ellen 33 Kensington Ave. 

McNulty, James 11 Sevoin Dr. 

Melisi, Theresa 177B Pleasant Valley St. 

Menihane, Jim 165 Phillips St. 

Meservey, Cindy 134 Warwick St. 

Michaud, Claire 3 Chalet Dr. 

Mignault, Nancy 276 Pelham St. 

Miller, Harold 149 Howe St. 

Miller, Patricia 1061 Riverside Dr. 

Mistal, Linda 1 Lexington Ave. 

Monahan, Robert 701 Lowell St. 

Moore, Diane 4 McKinley Ave. 

Moore, Guy 69 Forest St. 

Morel, Celeste 15 University Ln. 

Morin, Gregory 82 North St. 

Morin, Jonathan 82 North St. 

Morrison, Spencer 106 Howe St. 

Mugavero, Lisa 11 Emsley Ter. 

Muise, David 24 Mary Lou St. 

Murach, Joseph 61 Ashland Ave. 

Murphy, David 19 Junir Ave. 

Murphy, Stephen 20 Vincent Ave. 

Muatapha, Annette 6 White Ave. 

Myers, David 28A Railroad St. 

Myers, Sheila 28A Railroad St. 

Najem, May 84 Kenwood Rd. 

Najem, Zalfa 84 Kenwood R. 

Nartiff, William II 33 Stoney Brook Rd. 

Nason, Kevin 220 Hampstead St. 

Neff, Steve 251 Hampshire St. 

Neubert, Carol 70 Comet Rd. 

Noble, Patricia 3 Lavoie Ave. 

Norton, Charlayne 38 Strathmore Rd. 

Nutter, Edward 6 Newport St. 

O'Clare, Laura 39 Monterey Dr. 

O'Ccnnell, Colleen 37 Ruskin Ave. 

O'Donahue, Colleen 9 Richard Ave. 

ODowd, Peter 2 Pleasant Cir. 

Olefirowicz, Edward 14 Applewood Ln. 

Pacheco, Daivd 2 Meriline Ave. 

Palmisano, John 59 East St. 

Pantano, Joseph 20 Newberry Ave. 

Pappalardo, Donald F. Jr 39 Frye Rd. 

Pappalardo, Lisa 542 Prospect St. 

Parrino, Donna 52 Endicott Cir. 

Parolisi, Stephen 19 James St. 

Payson, John 90 Piedmont St. 

Pelczar, Timothy 80 Howe St. 

Pelletier, Dan 15 College Ln. 

Pennisi, Mark 75 Butternut Ln. 



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Pentland, Kathleen 98 Pleasant St. 

Perocchi, Lisa 1 Boomazizn Rd. 

Perrone, Steve 59 Lowell St. 

Piazza, Gary 16 Annette St. 

Picone, Michelle 565 Forest St. 

Pilvelis, Lisa 308 Pelham St. 

Pluorde, Russell 61 Milk St. 

Radloff, Glen 7 John St. 

Rapaglia, Marie 11 Raymond St. 

Regan, Rosemary 7 tyi Beverly St. 

Reich, Sylvia 16 Ditson PI. 

Reidl, Helga 1 Stoney Brook Rd. 

Reitano, Lynne 87 Butternut Ln. 

Ricci, Dorothy 15 Randolph Ave. 

Rickley, Michael 10 Lorenzo Cir. 

Riley, Diane 57 Atkinson St. 

Riopelle, Tom 44 Elm St. 

Robbins, Julie 9 Joy Ter. 

Roberge, Mary Jo 19 Temple Dr. 

Roberge, Steve 8 Plymouth St. 

Rogers, Cindy 2 John St. 

Roy, Roxane 1 Pelham St. 

Saghbini, Maha 10 Birchwood Rd. 

Saghbini, Mona 10 Birchwood Rd. 

Salmon, Cynthia 51 Woodburn Dr. 

Samra, Andrea 25 Channing St. 

Sarkis, Peter 5 Gage St. 

Saulen, Laurie 31 West Ayer St. 

Scanlon, Miriam 15 Plymouth St. 

Scannell, Maureen 89 Cross St. 

Scionti, Jay 18 College Ln. 

Sergi, Robert 34 Powder Hill Rd. 

Sessa, Daniel 2 Monroe Ave. 

Shaheen, Lisa 1 Steams Ave. 

Sheehan, John 19 Cedar Cir. 

Shirton, Joyce 12 Park St. 

Simonian, Charles L. Jr 9 Renfrew St. 

Siney, Linda 31 University Ln. 

Skea, Scott 25 Barker St. 

Smith, James H. Jr 31 Albion St. 

Smith, Karen 55 Sugarhill Cir. 

Smith, Kenny 27 Temple Dr. 

Smith, Victoria 14 Weybosset St. 

SneU, Mark 51 Campus Rd. 

Spaniel, Deborah 32 Oakland Ave. 

Sparta, Pamela 7 Ponderosa Ave. 

Spina, Sandra 108 Howe St. 

Spinney, John 132 Oakland Ave. 

St. Hilaire, Judy 22 Morrison Ct. 

St. Paul, Annmarie 112 Pleasant St. 

St. Pierre, Jacinthe 184 Tenney St. 

Stephens, June 9 Chelmsford St. 

Sullivan, Kelley 23 River PL 

Szostak, Kathy 40 Lawrence St. 

Tardif, Karen 250 Hampsread St. 

Tarr, Kevin 72 Timber Ln. 



Teutonico, Susan 5 Sandra Ln. 

Thibault, Christine 46 Currier St. 

Tine, Anthony 5 Newport St. 

Tisbert, Scott 3 Gage St. 

Titone, Nicholas 32 Dartmouth St. 

Torremeo, George A. Jr 316 Merrimack St. 

Tovey, John 14 Caswell Ave. 

Towler, Kim 67 Wingate Ave. 

Towne, Bill 2 Longview Ter. 

Travers, Janet 45 Golf Ave. 

Tulley, Chris 616 Prospect St. 

Turcotte, Dorothy 19 Caswell Ave. 

Tunnel, Bruce 27 Lynbrook Rd. 

Vachon, Kenny 118 Railroad St. 

Vachon, Sue 11 Stevens St. 

Vaillancourt, Collette 152 Oakland Ave. 

Vallera, Cindy 12 River View Ave. 

Vandette, Joseph 249 Lowell St. 

Ventre, Steven 85 Ayer St. 

Venturo, Greg 44 Arlington St. 

Vermette, James 46 Mystic St. 

Vemis, Danielle 57 Ashland Ave. 

Victory, Bernie 27 Emery St. 

Vittorioso, Audrey 8 Hibert Ter. 

Wadsworth, Janice 34 Harvard Ave. 

Wallace, Stacey 262 Pleasant St. 

Wante, Mark 3 Newhill Rd. 

Wardrop, Donna 5 Marjorie St. 

Waring, Denise 83 Center St. 

Waszczuk, Christopher 7 Kirk St. 

Watts, Maura 30 Butternut Ln. 

Weisenbom, Mary 69 North St. 

Weisinger, Susan 14 Fulton St. 

Wells, Gerry 445 Prospect St. 

Wheeler, Diedre 3 Pearl Ct. 

Wheeler, Sheele 3 Pearl Ct. 

White, James 12 Pinedale Ave. 

White, Walter W. IV 73 Pinehurst Ave. 

Wilman, Kenneth A. Jr 178 Hampstead St. 

Winn, Nancy 6 Foreside St. 

Wormald, Gary 5 Crestshire Ln. 

Wunderlich, Karl 52 Hillcrest Ave. 

Yarid, Linda 517 Prospect St. 

Yim, Sun-Mi 14 Schley St. 

Yu, Jane 19 Independence, Dr. 

Zilinski, Gail 4 Anthony St. 

Zoltko, Christopher 3 Josephine Ave. 

DiFrancesco, Laura 14 Frye Rd. 



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